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Seven Habits of Highly Effective Data Centers

Written by  SHOBHANA VISWANATHAN Monday, 10 March 2014 21:37

Having determined these impacts, the next step is to consider the risks involved due to these impacts. Having done business impact and risk analysis, every organization needs to put in place a sound, well-thought-of business continuity/disaster recovery plan. These plans are not static plans but dynamic ones that change with time and evolve with the changing landscape within the company and outside the organization. A disaster recovery plan (DRP) describes how an organization needs to deal with potential disasters. A disaster is any event that makes the continuation of everyday functions impossible. A disaster recovery plan consists of the precautions taken, from a technical standpoint, to minimize the impact of


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