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Disaster recovery is all about trade-offs: you need to find a cost-effective solution that is always active and makes it as easy as possible to recover your data and restart your business if something bad happens. Of course, “something bad” covers quite a range of events, and could be applied to a lost laptop, a server crash, a break-in, a fire at headquarters, or a larger disaster like the recent earthquake and tsunami that struck Japan. The sheer magnitude of that range should make it clear that an effective disaster recovery option needs to include secure offsite backup at regular…
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Getting Your Business Back: Pulling Together Business Continuity, Crisis Management and Disaster Recovery
I have talked to many organizations about their recovery programs, and an observation that I have made that seems to...
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Cookie cutter vs. custom plans
Cookie cutter plans defined "COOKIE CUTTER" (or "template") plans where all the planner has to do is fill in the...
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The COVID-19 Coronavirus: How Organizations Can Better Prepare for Workforce and Supply Chain Disruptions
The recent coronavirus (COVID-19) has created a sense of urgency among organizations worldwide to update their business continuity plans and...
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The Advancement of Social Media
"Obscurity of the situation is the rule. Seldom will one have exact information of the enemy… However to wait in...
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