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  • Why Small Businesses Need a Disaster Recovery Plan ?

    Please share your experience of Disaster Revovery Plans.

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    A disaster recovery plan is a collection of rules, processes, and solutions put in place to reduce risk and accelerate recovery in the event of a catastrophe. Well-executed plans include all types of disasters and all elements of coping with them, even down to identifying the individuals engaged in recovery and the specific tasks they are needed to perform.

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    • #3
      The ability to restore systems and data after a catastrophe is a critical component of disaster recovery. If you're talking about systems, this might imply having redundant servers ready to boot in the event of a system outage. How quickly this can be accomplished is dependent on whether those servers have previously been set up and configured, and if the software has been preloaded and is ready to use. For far too many smaller businesses, however, the expense of purchasing costly gear solely for the purpose of serving as a redundant backup is simply out of reach. They are often forced to order a replacement and wait for it to arrive before recovery can begin, resulting in downtime that may last for several days or more.

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      • #4
        The other critical component of a disaster recovery strategy is data backup and restoration. If data has been backed up, restoring it to the system is a straightforward process. However, there is always the possibility that the most recent backup is no longer current. The manner in which data is backed up is also important for disaster recovery. If the data is kept on discs or tapes, as many businesses still do, it will most certainly take a long time to recover.

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        • #5
          Thank you so much for giving such a good information.

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          • #6
            When companies think about disaster recovery, they often have two goals in mind that are distinct but equally important: recovery time and recovery point. Unlike recovery time, which refers to how soon regular service can be restored, recovery point, on the other hand, refers to the most recent backup that was performed before the catastrophe and any data that has been lost because of the disaster.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by Aiden View Post
              When companies think about disaster recovery, they often have two goals in mind that are distinct but equally important: recovery time and recovery point. Unlike recovery time, which refers to how soon regular service can be restored, recovery point, on the other hand, refers to the most recent backup that was performed before the catastrophe and any data that has been lost because of the disaster.
              It's such great information.

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