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As The Data Center Journal noted last week, if you run a data center, you’re eventually going to face a downtime situation. Regardless of the “size” of the outage, if your business depends on your IT resources, you lose money each second your facility isn’t functioning as it should. Thus, a disaster recovery plan is critical to minimizing losses when one of the inevitable outages occurs. Again, the disaster may be a true disaster—an earthquake or other event (natural or manmade) that causes extensive damage—or something less dramatic, like a longer-term utility outage. The key to recovering quickly and effectively from a disaster, however “disastrous,” is planning. The following are some critical considerations to incorporate when preparing, modifying or updating your disaster recovery plan.

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http://www.datacenterjournal.com/it/disaster-recovery-planning-for-data-center-managers/