Disaster Recovery Plan:
Ready, Set, Recover
Disasters happen. Although it’s impossible to reliably predict them, you can be prepared by equipping your business with a proper disaster recovery plan so you can get back on your feet as soon as possible after disaster strikes.
It’s not hard to see why disaster planning is so overwhelming. There seem to be innumerable different things that could happen: so how do you plan for them all? Enterey recommends a framework of analysis and prioritization, creating specific plans for the most probable and severe possibilities. This work can be done on the leadership level for company-wide preparation, and each core process or department should also follow the steps below to create detailed sub-plans. A more general recovery framework can be prepared as a backup to cover a wider scope of potential issues.
Recovery planning creates documents that detail the process in which your organization will recuperate from various types of disasters, whether low-impact or catastrophic events. Disasters can affect different departments, can be a multifaceted problem depending on the origin of the disaster, and can require a triangulation approach for recovery.
The objective of planning should be in alignment with your overall business goals to ensure effective implementation. Be sure to review your documentation regularly.
A Step by Step Process
Is your company prepared for disaster? Plan now for a better recovery later.
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Published by Enterey Communications Team