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The only this you can count on is there will be a disaster at some time. Thus, you’d better have good disaster recovery plans.
Preparing the computer systems of your company for disaster recovery is one of the most important tasks of an IT manager.
Before you being building your disaster recovery plan, you have to lay the groundwork. You have to plan or it just won’t work the way you expect.
Now that you have planned and sold the boss, it is time to get started on your disaster recovery project.
Now that you’ve done you research and have your ducks in a row, it’s time to convince the boss to approve your disaster recovery plan.
You must be prepared for different types of disasters.
Look over this quick checklist to ensure your disaster recovery plan covers all the bases
At Trader Joe’s, we decided to create our disaster site in-house. We started the project in 1994 and expected it to take about six months. Boy, were we naive! We were so confident, so sure of ourselves – and we had absolutely no idea what we were getting ourselves into. Purpose of the project The first thing to do is decide what you are trying to accomplish. Well, since our company is located in Southern California, our primary purpose was…