Companies need to protect their data, files, folders email, but they also must protect applications, networks, document repositories and business services. In the event of a disaster, could you list everything your IT staff needed to recover off the top of your head? Could you give direction on which data takes priority over others, or how fast your systems needed to be up and running again? A detailed Disaster Recovery (DR) plan with clear objectives can answer these questions for you and help you recover from a disaster in record time.
However, there’s more to DR than just having a plan. You have to be willing to fully test your plan before a disaster strikes and make adjustments to improve your DR readiness. Download this infographic today to learn the six steps to DR preparedness for your data, applications, networks, and more.