Replicate and Strategize for Full Disaster Recovery

November 16th, 2007 |
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Join BearingPoint managing director Daryouche Behboudi in exploring disaster recovery and the importance of technology architecture. When considering the technology architecture of your company, there are many factors to look at. Besides being cost-effective, one must determine if the plan is compatible with their firm’s standards and its strategy for organizational survival.

Now more then ever, disaster recovery is about the full recovery of business resumption activities and the technology infrastructure. The most important element for disaster recovery is being able to replicate a production facility into a remote facility. Facilities and strategy are the two cornerstones for any disaster recovery plan.

In recent years, companies have been actively developing two data centers to deal with disasters. One center is dedicated to day-to-day activities and the other specializes in disaster recovery. BearingPoint has been diligently working to develop a plan that utilizes both centers on a day-to-day basis so that in the event of a disaster, only 50% of the workflow is affected.

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