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While there is no denying the importance of disaster recovery/business continuity (DR/BC) planning for any enterprise that wants to minimize the impact of unplanned disruptions, it is also a given that there is no one right way to achieve an effective DR/BC strategy. An organization’s specific recovery point and recovery time objectives will drive the selection and allocation of technologies, personnel and facilities best suited to its own DR/BC requirements. Beyond choosing the right combination of tape-, disk- or cloud-based backup, and the optimum location for a hot site, cold site or warm site recovery facility, for most organizations the…
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Effective Preparedness through Strategic Exercise Programs
Timing: have a plan, but don’t wait for it to be ‘perfect’ before beginning an exercise strategy Successful drills and...
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Why Storms and Cyberattacks Might Not Be the Biggest Disasters Your Business Faces
Security breaches and ransomware. Wildfires, flooding, and hurricanes.  This is what most organizations have in mind when they think about...
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