Disaster Recovery: It’s More Than a Plan – It’s a Process

April 18, 2011 No Comments

Disaster recovery is a term often used in Information Technology (IT) circles to describe the necessity for backup technology systems to safeguard an organization’s data.

While this type of safeguard is absolutely a necessity to protect valuable data, and also reduce the amount of time your organization will need to recover from an incident, a true disaster plan goes far beyond backup servers and drives.

For example, when disaster strikes, what plan does your organization have in place to communicate, both internally and externally? How will your organization ensure it can get your personnel to your hot site? An IT disaster recovery plan is only a small part of an overall business cntinuity plan (BCP), continuity of operations plan (COOP), or comprehensive emergency management plan (CEMP).

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