This Week: Disaster Recovery
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This Week: Disaster Recovery

Excerpt: You can never be too prepared in the event of disaster striking. Take the time to make sure your organization can respond quickly and recover in no time.

You never know when disaster will strike. That's why it's important to have plans, protocols, and processes in place. You can never be too prepared — and you have to be able to react and respond quickly.

This week on the blog, we looked at how to test the effectiveness of a disaster recovery plans, why IT needs to be part of business continuity plans, and how to avoid single points of failure.

How to Properly Do Disaster Recovery Testing

How strong is your organization's disaster recovery plan? Ensure it's up to snuff by putting it to the test. Here are several ways to get proactive about disaster recovery planning.

Don't Forget IT in Your Business Continuity Plan

IT is crucial to the success of most organizations. As such, IT team members need to have a vested interest in their organization's business continuity plans (BCP). Discover the role IT should play in such plans.

How to Avoid Single Points of Failure with Redundancy

Organizations can never be too prepared. Any downtime, even mere seconds, can be disastrous to their bottom line. That's why redundancy is crucial.



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