What is a disaster recovery plan?

IT systems are vulnerable to a variety of disruptions: from minor outages to major events that bring your business to a complete stop. These vulnerabilities can be reduced to a certain extent through technical or operational solutions, but this may not completely eliminate the risks. Disaster recovery and business continuity planning offer a framework of measures to protect data during disruptions and recover IT services following a system disruption.


For disaster recovery planning to be successful, organizations must:

  • Perform a risk assessment and business impact analysis (BIA)
  • Identify an alternate or failover site
  • Define recovery strategies for every area of the business
  • Establish Recovery Point Objectives (RPO) and Recovery Time Objectives (RTO)
  • Test the disaster recovery plans regularly

By deploying these methods or actions, you can:

  • Protect your valuable data and mission-critical processes
  • Effectively recover all data and infrastructure to another workspace
  • Align the right resources to manage the disaster recovery planning and migration

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