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A myriad of scenarios can take a business down, risking damage to reputation, regulatory fines, and data loss. It’s key to have an IT disaster recovery plan, tied to security incident response and your organization’s wider plan for business continuity. But what exactly should a robust DR plan entail? At a minimum, every DR plan should have a pathway for failover and failback, tiered applications by the order of their importance, regular and comprehensive testing, and a DR runbook. Of these areas, the runbook is with what most companies frequently tend to struggle. Here are three quick tips to help strengthen…


Jeff Ton

Jeff Ton is the senior vice president of product development and strategic alliances at InterVision and author of “Amplify Your Value: Leading IT with Strategic Vision.”

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