Disaster recovery requires effective business continuity plans, unified networks
- Published on February 19, 2013
- Written by Mike McClain, Senior Web Designer & Site Manager
Stirling Council serves nearly 150 schools and offices in the Scottish city of Stirling. However, with just an eight-person IT department at its disposal, the council is struggling to manage the approximately 5,000 computers within its network.
In a recent interview with Public Technology, Alan MacDonald, ICT infrastructure manager at Stirling Council, suggested that unified networks, business continuity and support from vendors are key to developing effective disaster recovery plans.