April 26, 2012: Designing a Disaster Recovery Plan for Microsoft SharePoint
- Published on April 26, 2012
- Written by Mike McClain, Senior Web Designer & Site Manager
Informational Update For April 26, 2012
Designing a Disaster Recovery Plan for Microsoft SharePoint
Microsoft SharePoint is one of the most commonâ€”and important- multi-tier applications used in business today. Business workflows are often dependent upon SharePoint, and even a short outage can result in lost business. Ensuring that your data is protected and learning how to recover it quickly in the event of a disaster is critical.
Download nScaled's latest technical solution brief, Designing a Disaster Recovery Plan for Microsoft SharePoint, and find out how to:
Achieve RTO and RPO of 15 minutes
Protect the most complex SharePoint implementations
Test your SharePoint DR solution during business hours without impacting your production systems.
Business Case for BC Management Systems
Wednesday, May 16, 2012 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM EDT (REGISTER NOW!)
There is considerable pressure for large and distributed organizations to improve Business Continuity programs. Audit demands, risk factors, new ISO standards, and good business sense all point toward the use of a Management System. Despite this logic, what are the key drivers in the business case for such an investment? The webinar explains ten major factors to consider.
Just How Long is "Down"? Why Your Company should Consider a Guaranteed Service Level Agreement for Disaster Recovery
Wednesday, May 23, 2012 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM EDT (REGISTER NOW!)
Disaster recovery is about anticipating the worst: how, and how quickly, can your company get back to work should a natural or man-made disaster strike. It starts with an honest risk assessment that focuses on the likelihood of a disaster, the industry DR regulations your company faces and the length of downtime you can tolerate. From that assessment, the action plan emerges.
Join EVault experts Aaron Wiley and Matthew Seeley, as they present ways your company can address these issues and describes a real-world example. The Situs Companies (Situs) created a systematic plan for keeping critical operations up and running in the event of a disaster, which included setting the maximum downtime with a Service Level Agreement (SLA).
By JOHN GLENN
I received an email from a respectable source today telling me I needed to develop a "pandemic plan." Been there, done that.
Spring 2012 - Volume 25, Issue 2
Full contents now available!
DRJ's Virtual World '12 features a highly interactive format!
Disaster Recovery Journal has an exciting FREE educational opportunity for you! DRJ's Virtual World '12, is a virtual tradeshow that will highlight product and educational offerings from Disaster Recovery Journal's Spring World 2012 and Fall World 2012 show.
Keys to Disaster Recovery Planning
Sponsored by EVAULT
Disasters happen in many ways and can disrupt or even destroy your business. Location determines the amount of risk you want to accept or mitigate...
Fall World 2012
Present A Justification Kit To Management!
While attending an industry conference is an excellent training tool and a great return on investment, getting approval to participate can sometimes be difficult. How can you justify the time off work and travel expenses? You may need to validate to management your reasons for wanting to attend.