Intel IT: Keeping the Business Running in a Crisis

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IT Best Practices: Intel IT’s Response and Recovery Management (ITRRM) program keeps the Intel core business processes running when a disaster occurs and helps with recovery after the disaster subsides. A recent example of exercising our business continuity (BC) plans was the 9.0 magnitude Great East Japan Earthquake. The earthquake occurred Friday afternoon, yet Intel employees at the damaged Tsukuba facility were able to work remotely Monday morning. This paper provides information on the organization and the implementation of processes for keeping the business running even in a crisis.


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