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Disaster Recovery Planning Step 4 – Evacuation Plan

Disasters come in many flavors and sometimes the unthinkable happens—you need to immediately evacuate the premises. Don’t trust this part of your Disaster Plan to chance. Document and test. Make sure every employee knows what to do. Read on and find out how.
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Disaster Recovery Planning Step 3 – Declaring A Disaster

Recovery starts when an emergency or disaster is declared and the energies of the company are focused on one thing—survival.
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Disaster Recovery Planning Step 2 – Critical Processes

Catastrophes have a way of blurring events that can quickly overwhelm even the well prepared. This article discusses the role of documenting your Critical Processes in your Disaster Recovery Plan (DRP).
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Disaster Recovery Planning Step 1 – The Threat Matrix

A Disaster Recovery Plan (DRP) is essential to the survival of a business, no matter the size. In this article—the first in a planned series—we cover the initial phase of a DRP, the Threat Matrix.
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Now Available: A Simple Disaster Recovery Plan Template

Some businesses create a false sense of security because they’ve instituted a cloud data backup strategy and enabled staff to work remotely in a crisis. Nothing can be further from the truth. All businesses need a written Disaster Recovery Plan. Our FREE template makes it easy.
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5 Reasons To Go To The Cloud, 3 Reasons Not To, And An Alternative

There’s a good chance that most of the software applications…