Do you have to use Business Continuity Planning (BCP) software to create a good disaster response and recovery plan? Of course not. Skilled planners were writing good plans years ago armed with nothing but determination and a typewriter. ut those intrepid DR pioneers didn't have to change their plans monthly to keep up with business evolution. Static tables and frozen information were good enough back when cars had fins. These days, it's not only cars that have to be streamlined. Your DR planning process should also be smooth and fast. As your 21st century business evolves at speeds measured in bits per second, your recovery plans must be able to evolve, too. First-rate BCP software gives you the cutting-edge tools to manipulate documents and data as you create and update first-rate recovery plans. The best BCP software matches the process it is designed to automate.
Tuesday, 20 November 2007 23:48