10 Reasons Why Disaster Recovery Plans Fail
43% of companies that experience a disaster never reopen, according to
Roberta Witty a business continuity expert of Gartner. To maximize the chances of your disaster recovery plan being successful,
the article lists ten reasons you should be considering:
Published : 2014-01-30.
Last updated : 2017-05-02.
- Focus on your backups
- Ensure that staff members are involved in planning
- Test as often as practical
- Ensure the plan is well documented
- Revisit your disaster recovery plans as often as possible
- Consult widely about what is important
- Ensure you have enough power
- Don't forget communications
- Don?t get locked out because passwords are unavailable
- Make sure the plan is available
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