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This guide pulls together several resources to help you identify the essential components involved in developing a strong disaster recovery plan.
Disaster recovery is one of those IT functions that can never be fully completed. No matter how good you think your program is, it can always be made better. And the fact that its worth cannot be proven except when confronted by extreme circumstances makes it difficult to devote time, money and resources to the cause. Yet that’s exactly what is required on a regular basis. As Forrester’s Rachel Dines pointed out recently, DR is the equivalent of running a marathon - only those in tip-top condition will see the finish line.
This guide pulls together several resources to help you identify the essential components involved in developing a strong disaster recovery plan. It details ways in which your organization can remain viable during a disaster, and offers tips for automating your program and dealing with a regional disaster. You’ll also find additional reading to further explore the topic.
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