Disaster Recovery Planning

Speaking of putting your company at risk, if you haven't considered a major disaster or defined a disaster recovery plan, you are doing just this. Disasters come in many flavors. Perhaps it is just a hardware failure of a single server, a power outage, a fire, a tornado, an earthquake, or a terrorist act. Very often a disaster recovery (DR) plan will be devised, but never tested. The mandate we would put on you would be to devise a highly efficient disaster recovery plan in support of your high availability needs and then test it completely! Make sure it considers all aspects of completely being able to come up in an alternate location as smoothly, quickly, and with as little data loss as possible. Defining a disaster ...

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