Disaster Recovery or Organizational Survival?

October 8th, 2007 |
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Join BearingPoint technologist and senior manager Andy Szuberla as he explores the evolution of disaster recovery plans and how different they are from 15 years ago. Now more then ever, disaster recovery (DR) is about organizational survival and not just technology recovery, but rather, the full recovery of business resumption activities and the technology infrastructure.

How does one develop a DR plan? A solid mix of foundational research and strategic alternatives help outline plans which should include emergency response and mission critical process continuity, technology recovery, business resumption, and human capital continuity.

In addition, the testing of DR plans is not just about passing; it’s about finding things that are wrong and readjusting the plan accordingly. This must be organization-wide, real-life testing.

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