33 percent of executives responding to a recent survey said their disaster recovery plans were undocumented or needed work. These same executives also reported that where plans existed, almost one-third hadn't been re-evaluated in the last 12 months and important areas were left out of the plan (e.g. remote offices, virtual servers, cloud computing).
If you’re responsible for ensuring the operational integrity of your organization’s IT services, recent global events have raised the stakes on your disaster recovery planning and execution capabilities.
To help you evaluate and improve your DR readiness, we suggest you read, “Disaster Preparedness – Has Anything Changed,” a white paper written by Ed Coram.
- Disaster Recovery Economics
- Overcoming Common Planning Gaps
- Lessons Learned from Client Engagement
- A Disciplined Approach to Risk Reduction
Bonus Content – A Self Assessment
How can you determine your level of preparedness for a major disaster and decide where you need to focus? Our quick self assessment will help you answer the question.