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Testing Disaster Recovery Plans

With the relatively recent onslaught of such natural disasters as Hurricane Hugo and the Loma Prieta earthquake, many businesses are realizing just how crucial it is to develop and update their disaster recovery plans. While this is a good first step, it is by no...

Test the Pulse of Your Disaster Plan

The destruction caused by natural disasters across the country such as earthquakes in California, hurricanes on the Texas coast and tornadoes in the Midwest have made disaster recovery planning a major topic of discussion within many companies.Dependency on...

And Change the Oil Every …

Are you comfortable with the idea of purchasing a new car, and never changing the oil or washing the exterior? Amazingly, this is precisely the attitude taken by management in many companies who have formulated Disaster Recovery Plans. The maintenance of Disaster...

Murphy’s Day at DR Drill

A compilation of actual events from many tests, drills, exercises and real life disasters make up this scenario. There are countless other possible problems not included here. A review of most Disaster Recovery Plans may reveal the possibility, or even probability,...

Test Last? Maybe Not

Much has been written over the past 10 years or so by many knowledgeable authors about how to develop a plan, and their thesis has generally been to gather the appropriate people together; garner their support; conduct a full business impact analysis including risk...

Staging Your DR Plan

One way to implement a Disaster Recovery Plan would include two stages toward completion. With a commitment to completing these stages, your operation will be protected from the definite consequences of any disaster that may occur.STAGE I Step One should consist of...