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Disaster recovery testing techniques

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Disaster recovery testing techniques

Jon William Toigo, CEO and managing principal of Toigo Partners International, chairman of the Data Management Institute

A disaster recovery (DR) plan is worthless unless you test it. In this SearchStorage.com Videocast, Jon William Toigo discusses the best testing techniques. Jon will talk about the four approaches to testing and detail how each of those tests might work in your organization. Jon discusses how to best prepare your company and your infrastructure for a DR test. Jon will also talk about testing execution and analysis.

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About the speaker

Jon William Toigo
Jon is CEO and Managing Principal of Toigo Partners International and chairman of the Data Management Institute. He's a 25-year veteran of disaster recovery planning and a consultant on business automation issues for both vendors and consumers of information technology. Toigo's fourteen books include: The Holy Grail of Network Storage Management , Disaster Recovery Planning -- 3nd Edition and the forthcoming Making IT Matter from Pearson/Prentice Hall.

Copyright 2006 TechTarget

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This was first published in November 2007

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