Disaster recovery is in the details
- Published on Thursday, 25 October 2012 16:03
- Written by Mike McClain, Web Editor
When you sit down to make a recovery plan, you’ll often hear two pieces of advice: figure out what pieces of your operation are business critical and make sure you have a plan for everything. On the surface, these seem like contradictory statements, but they really aren’t. Prioritizing your critical elements doesn’t mean you recover them exclusively. It means you recover them differently. Just because your recovery time objective for your Exchange server is one second and the recovery time objective for the server that holds seven-year-old tax data is two weeks doesn’t mean you don’t need a plan for the tax server. You just need a different plan.
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