Disaster Recovery vs. Disaster Awareness, Preparedness, and Recovery (DAPR)
- Published on November 1, 2012
- Written by Mike McClain, Senior Web Designer & Site Manager
In the aftermath of the recent storm, Sandy, it’s good to examine Disaster Recovery.
Organizations, solutions partners (vendors), and practices have created a ready handle for recovery from disastrous harm – Disaster Recovery – with the attendant “Disaster Recovery Plan.” The venerable Disaster Recovery (DR) Plan is meant to secure business continuity in the face of harming events, or potentially harming ones. These events can be large (large scale and long-term outages, data breaches, backoffice crashes…) to those that are relatively small (short term outages, limited breach of content, etc.). I’m sure those out there can add to these quick examples.
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