Disaster Recovery Planning

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Disaster Recovery Planning 1 Disaster Recovery Planning By Devon Jones University of Phoenix – Axia College As companies throughout the world become more technologically advanced, an increase in dependence on that technology exists. If there were to be any issue with the productivity of the company’s technology, there can be severe consequences. This is why it is wise for all companies to construct a Disaster Recovery Plan. The purpose of a Disaster Recovery Plan is to ensure that if a disaster were to occur, a company can continue productivity will little, or no, downtime. A DRP will explain the precise steps to the recovery process. This is imperative, as a business can suffer serious losses in revenue due to disasters, even to the point where the company could go out of business. The key elements of a DRP is to be proactive concerning the issue of a disaster, meeting agreement levels with customers, and keeping the computer
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Disaster Recovery Planning 2 systems operational (Merkow & Breithaupt, 2006). Being proactive with a DRP lowers the risk to the company, employees, and customers. A quicker response is possible due to thinking and planning ahead. A Disaster Recovery Plan is not only
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