Disaster Recovery and Business Continuity Planning? Ask These Questions:
Anexinet Solutions Architect/Delivery Manager, Hybrid IT and Cloud Services, Hank Yee penned this article for TechNewsWorld:
Engaging in disaster recovery requires a company to think about many things, but despite the long checklists that are created to accomplish DR, there are some areas that frequently get overlooked in business continuity and disaster recovery planning.
For example, those exploring disaster recovery often get singularly focused on protecting their servers and data — and of course, those are extremely important. However, they don’t capture the entire picture. It is imperative to address all areas of concern before a disaster strikes, not during or after the event.
Make sure you’ve thought through your company’s unique answers to the following critical questions to help ensure the survival of your organization in the event of a disaster.
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