These issues can be minimized or eliminated with serious thought and consideration during the planning process....
Furthermore, if DR plans are demonstrated when and how to be used, there also should not be any failure. And to make the DR plan even more secure, it should not stand alone in the disaster recovery process. It should be integrated within the business continuity (BC) management plan along with the business impact analysis (BIA) and risk assessment.
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