A Disaster Recovery Plan is a plan or strategy developed by a company and usually involves the IT

A Disaster Recovery Plan is a plan or strategy developed by a company and usually involves the IT

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A Disaster Recovery Plan is a plan or strategy developed by a company and usually involves the IT department. This plan is in case a disaster takes place and the company’s electricity fails. If the electricity fails in one location the DRP steps in and enables a remote off-site location to restart the location. This site is deemed safe by the company prior to the electricity ending disaster. There are several key elements or goals of a DRP. First thing is to ensure that the computers and computer networks are running properly. More and more companies are relying on the Internet to conduct their normal business. Because of this ever growing use of the internet in companies this step is crucial for a proper DRP. The next element is to uphold the service-level agreements between the company and the costumer and/or suppliers. A good example of this is a company that offers Internet services. It is up to the company to provide a costumer that needs 24/7 access to the internet, and at the specific agreement speed, that access. Finally, a carefully
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This note was uploaded on 01/27/2011 for the course IT 1900 taught by Professor Lee during the Spring '10 term at Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College.

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A Disaster Recovery Plan is a plan or strategy developed by a company and usually involves the IT

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