sponsored by IBM
Posted:  22 Aug 2011
Published:  22 Aug 2011
Format:  PDF
Length:  2  Page(s)
Type:  Presentation Transcript
Language:  English
ABSTRACT:

Having a disaster recovery site is an important part of any DR plan. Whether your site is a hot site or a cold site, it's crucial to have one you can use during a disaster to get your IT operations back up and running to prevent downtime in your company.

However, how do you go about staffing your disaster recovery site? What types of procedures should your staff follow? And how do staffing requirements differ in hot and cold disaster recovery site environments?

This presentation transcript of Harvey Betan, an independent business continuity consultant, discusses what you need to remember when staffing a DR site, and what to do to ensure your recovery site runs smoothly in this Q&A.






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