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Week2 casestudy - Jonathan Sullivan Week 2 Case Study DRP...

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Jonathan Sullivan March 16, 2010 Week 2 Case Study DRP stands for Disaster Recovery Plan, which is a detailed, plan for getting a business back on its feet quickly, after a natural or manmade disaster. Every employee should have a part in the DRP to get the company back in operation. The first step is to get the all the critical operations going. Critical components are things you company cannot do without then you start on systems that support the most important functions. So our company database would definitely be considered a crucial part of are business we would want to have that up and running as soon as possible. That’s why the first step in a DRP is to get everything that is a MUST HAVE crucial applications up and running first. These are hardware such as back bone switches, and servers your company can not function without. If you've been hit hard by lightening or something, and all of your systems are fried, the first step would be to salvage those parts and get backups rolling out. Doing routine backups are most
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