Your company's disaster recovery plan
will need to be well-thought out and cover a variety of scenarios.
Your disaster recovery plan
should outline where the data is being stored; how often it is being backed up (and to what); the measures taken to ensure uninterrupted 24x365 power and cooling; and, how the facility is being secured and monitored.
Superstorm Sandy and its recent devastation-particularly in the New York and New Jersey area, where many medical device and drug companies have operations--is a wakeup call for medical device firms regarding the need to design and enact disaster recovery plans
Keenan added, "Chances are, that most travel companies have well established and secure disaster recovery plans
in place, but their CIOs have failed to communicate these plans to their users, who as a result are unclear as to how these would operate and what they should do during a disaster.
Discuss any activities of the university that should not fall under the disaster recovery plan
The first step in creating a disaster recovery plan
is to form a disaster recovery plan
/crisis management team, which will be responsible for creating and maintaining the plan, and managing it in the event of any business interruption.
Although such an apocalyptic event should not be the catalyst inspiring risk managers to dust off their disaster recovery plans
, South Asia's recent tsunami underscores the need to ponder and enact such plans.
Any disaster recovery plan
should, at a minimum, address the following issues:
The authors assume that a disaster recovery plan
has already been developed and approved.
While the term "disaster recovery" refers to the actual process of recovering from an unanticipated event, the terms" contingency planning" and "disaster recovery planning" are used interchangeably referring to the process of developing a disaster recovery plan
as opposed to the recovery process itself.
com/research/610ca4/document_the_disas) has announced the addition of Info-Tech Research Group's new report "Document the Disaster Recovery Plan
Now" to their offering.
SCOPE AND INTENT Washoe County has approved funding in the amount up to $65,000 to hire a consultant to assist the County Emergency Manager by writing a Statewide Disaster Recovery Plan
for the State of Nevada, as well as $22,000 to conduct training workshops to gather input and collaborate with partners throughout the State of Nevada for a total of $87,000.