A Practical Guide to Disaster Recovery Planning: The Basics to Getting Started
sponsored by Double-Take Software UK

When you think about your disaster recovery plan, does your tape backup system come to mind? Does the mere mention of disaster recovery make you a bit nervous? If so, you're not alone. Many businesses risk grave losses due to failures and disasters yet continue to depend on their tape backups to help them recover successfully should a major outage occur. The thought of implementing a more appropriate disaster recovery plan can be daunting; to the point which many simply push it off until later. Unfortunately 'later' often ends up being after the business has suffered a major loss from which it could not recover.

This whitepaper will cover some basic steps to help your business be better prepared to withstand failures and outages.

  • The need for a DR plan – Why you are at risk?
  • Getting started - Your business is ready to be protected
  • Defining what is right for your company - One size does not fit all
  • Potholes to avoid - Learning from other's mistakes
  • The planning process - Small steps make a huge difference
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