Maintaining a back-up facility away from the primary facility would be a critical part of that company's disaster recovery plan
in order to sustain business operations.
Testing a disaster recovery plan
helps to ensure that when a business-disrupting incident occurs, operating in a business-as-usual mode is not just a goal but a reality.
Sandy should inspire medical device firms and their management teams to review and retool their disaster recovery plans
This discussion is intended to give students a chance to work through the decisions in building a disaster recovery plan
rather than coming up with specific solutions.
Ability for the disaster recovery plan
to be tested periodically and modified to stay current with the business and any technological advances.
The recent tsunami should inspire risk managers to review and retool their disaster recovery plans
While disaster recovery plans
usually identify the need for finding alternative work locations, I'm afraid New York lawyers, after sustaining the loss of millions of square feet of rental space, will be facing a challenge well beyond anything ever before anticipated in a disaster recovery plan
The maintenance phase typically requires individuals assigned to create and implement the disaster recovery plan
to conduct periodic reviews of the plan's overall effectiveness to keep the disaster recovery process fresh and in step with changes in the organization.
Knowing what a disaster recovery plan
(DRP) looks like or what goes into it is difficult if you have never created one before.
Request for Proposal: Statewide disaster recovery plans
Part II contains core components of the disaster recovery plan
, with chapters on planning user recovery, facilities protection, system and network recovery, data recovery, and writing the disaster recovery plan
While many businesses have a documented disaster recovery plan
, many do not take into account the possibility that existing methods of backup may not result in 100 percent data and system recovery.
The new offering is designed to help companies avert data disasters by providing a multi-tier disaster recovery plan
Your firm is prepared: It has a disaster recovery plan
that will allow it to contact the employees, clients and vendors important to its operations; it has off-site data backup; and it has equipped its staff members to work from home offices.
Mistake #1: Not having a disaster recovery plan
A common mistake in disaster recovery planning is not having a disaster recovery plan