10 Things Your Team is Afraid to Tell You About Your DR Plan
sponsored by SunGard Availability Services

The pressure to cut costs has led many CIOs to settle for disaster recovery plans that may not actually meet their company’s needs. This problem is exacerbated by shrinking IT staffs that have to focus on daily concerns instead of long term issues.

In order to formulate a proper plan, you need a thought out process that can be constantly updated and a staff trained on disaster procedures.

Access this informative white paper to learn the 10 things that could be wrong with your plan, such as:

  • Unusable runbooks
  • Overly complex IT environments
  • Insufficient testing
  • And more

 Learn how to ensure that your company can find the shortcomings in its DR plan and rectify them!

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