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How To Strengthen Disaster Recovery Plans
How To Strengthen Disaster Recovery Plans
How To Strengthen Disaster Recovery Plans
How To Strengthen Disaster Recovery Plans
How To Strengthen Disaster Recovery Plans
How To Strengthen Disaster Recovery Plans
How To Strengthen Disaster Recovery Plans
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How To Strengthen Disaster Recovery Plans

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Disaster Recovery deals with policies and procedures of recovering technological products and infrastructure that are vital for a company after a disaster of some form …

Disaster Recovery deals with policies and procedures of recovering technological products and infrastructure that are vital for a company after a disaster of some form

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  • 1. Most companies commonly claim thatthey regularly keep track of theirdisaster recovery plan and are alwaysin with a consistent effort of evenupgrading their recovery systems andmake them more comprehensive andcompact. However, in reality,evidences suggest that most of theenterprises are fairly lagging behind interms of developing and makingproper use of the disaster recoveryservices. So, here are a few usefulways through which companies canlook to get their disaster recoveryprograms improved and updated fortheir own convenience and bettersafety and security prospects. 5/8/2012 11:08 am http://www.swiftcomputers.com.au/
  • 2. Get All Your ExerciseObjectives DefinedSpecifically Upfront: -Frankly speaking, havinga disaster recoverysystem just for the sakeof having one is of nouse. As a user, it is yourresponsibility to makesure that your system istechnologically upgradedwith the required toolsand accessories to serveyou to its fullestcapability. 5/8/2012 11:08 am http://www.swiftcomputers.com.au/
  • 3. As a part of this process, it is vital to define the exerciseobjectives clearly to be able to succeed in the mission ofmaking a system fully functional. Next, talking of“exercise objectives”, we refer to the parameters orvalues based on which the merit of a system can bejudged. It might be something associated to recovery time,recovery status, database recovery infrastructure orsomething else. Getting all these parameters defined anddescribed at the top will be more than useful in getting afair estimate of the compactness of the systems. 5/8/2012 11:08 am http://www.swiftcomputers.com.au/
  • 4. Be Smart In Staff Management: -Try to educate a good part of yourwork force simultaneously insteadof relying on any one or a smallteam of employees as theavailability of employees duringdisasters is always risky andquestionable. Therefore, try toimpart proper training among a bulkof your work force. Assign themmultiple roles during the DRexercises to make them versatileand also instigate a feeling of selfconfidence among them. 5/8/2012 11:08 am http://www.swiftcomputers.com.au/
  • 5. PC Support IT ComputerSupport Hardware Disaster Recovery Plan 5/8/2012 11:08 am http://www.swiftcomputers.com.au/
  • 6. Develop Well Crafted Risk Scenarios: - Tryto hold periodic mock risk scenarios to testthe skills and abilities of your responseteam. Exposure to realistic situation isgoing to help significantly in familiarizingthe employees to real time fall over whichin turn will enable them to deal withcompetitive situations better if such a needarises at some stage later. 5/8/2012 11:08 am http://www.swiftcomputers.com.au/
  • 7. Level 8, 33 York Street, Sydney NSW 2000 AustraliaPhone : 02 9279 2451, 1300 887 672Fax : 1300 887 812E-mail : swift@swiftcomputers.com.au For more Info Visit Here: http://www.swiftcomputers.com.au/ 5/8/2012 11:08 am http://www.swiftcomputers.com.au/

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