Blog Posts Tagged with "Disaster Recovery"


Business Continuity: It's in God's Hands Now

October 26, 2010 Added by:Javvad Malik

Good security practices can help you ensure that you can tie down everything within your control whilst recognizing there are aspects outside of your control which can impact these. Building another site would ensure business functions continue as normal through a disaster scenario...

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Mitigating Risks of the IT Disaster Recovery Test

July 20, 2010 Added by:Bozidar Spirovski

The IT Disaster Recovery Test as part of the Business Continuity testing is becoming an annual event for most IT departments. It is mandated by a lot of regulators, nearly insisted upon by internal audit and of course a very healthy thing to do...

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Five Tips for Successful Business Impact Analysis

June 15, 2010 Added by:Dejan Kosutic

You have probably wondered why you have to perform business impact analysis (BIA) once you already did the risk assessment. You identified all the risks, didn’t you? Spent quite a lot of time analyzing your company, why then yet another analysis? Well, the purpose of BIA is different.

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Selecting a Disaster Recovery Center Location

June 12, 2010 Added by:Bozidar Spirovski

When preparing a Disaster Recovery Center, one of the most important decisions is the location of the location of the Disaster Recovery Center. Up until the 9/11, a lot of companies held their DR centers in the adjacent building, and right after 9/11, everyone wanted to go as far from the primary data center as possible.

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Virtualization : the maneuver tactic !

December 17, 2009 Added by:K S Abhiraj

The lure of virtualization is clear. From the business perspective, it means faster time-to-market for new technology enabled services and a strong foundation for new strategic initiatives, such as cloud computing. For technology organizations, virtualization promises faster server provisioning, increased hardware utilization, and lower costs for disaster recovery (DR).

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