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Electronic Vaulting Service Improves Recovery Economically

Written by  Jerry Murtaugh

Have you analyzed your facility, equipment, systems, processes, and procedures, of your organization in order to evaluate the ability of your business to continue operations in case of a disaster? A thorough evaluation of the strengths and weaknesses of your company's 'preparedness'can give you a clear idea of the possible impact in lost opportunity and real dollars that an interruption or outage may cause. An experienced consulting services staff can help you assess risk, identify risk prevention alternatives, and determine how best to protect your business. Look for a business continuance partner who can provide the information necessary to enable you to understand the value of your application data as well as the exposure to and costs associated with loss of that data. Where do you start to develop a business continuance plan and what are the methods for determining your 'preparedness?'Talk to your users Perform a risk analysis Identify threats, vulnerabilities, and