SlideShare: How to Create a Great Disaster Recovery Plan

Many studies indicate that organizations have a shallow confidence level in their ability to recover from a disaster. The disaster recovery plan is often an ad-hoc plan that requires IT to scramble when disaster strikes. If the recovery effort succeeds, it is often well behind schedule and well over budget. The first step in creating a great disaster recovery plan is creating one that is at least not bad. In this on demand webinar listen as Storage Switzerland, Veeam, and KeepItSafe discuss how to go from a bad disaster recovery situation to a great disaster recovery plan.

During the webinar, learn the five steps required to go from a bad disaster recovery situation to a great disaster recovery plan:

  1. Understanding the New Data Center Threats
  2. Establishing a Disaster Recovery Process
  3. Automating Off-Site Data Movement
  4. Creating a DR Site that Won’t Break Your Budget
  5. Creating a Stress-Free Testing Process

All registrants get a copy of Storage Switzerland’s paper “Disaster Recovery Planning – How to Get from Good to Great”.

Watch On Demand

Twelve years ago George Crump founded Storage Switzerland with one simple goal; to educate IT professionals about all aspects of data center storage. He is the primary contributor to Storage Switzerland and is a heavily sought after public speaker. With over 25 years of experience designing storage solutions for data centers across the US, he has seen the birth of such technologies as RAID, NAS and SAN, Virtualization, Cloud and Enterprise Flash. Prior to founding Storage Switzerland he was CTO at one of the nation's largest storage integrators where he was in charge of technology testing, integration and product selection.

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