Storage Disaster recovery management:
Disaster recovery management
Disaster recovery management must become a process much like change management, and it must become part of the daily operations. Companies must operate in a state of disaster avoidance and preparedness. Learn four of the more pressing disaster recovery management issues: implementing, securing, testing and training, and updating.
Disaster recovery security:1 - 1 of 1
Tip - Many organizations have a good handle on external risk, but this tip discusses how companies can protect themselves against the internal risks that are often forgotten.
Disaster recovery plan testing and training:1 - 3 of 3
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Tip - The following steps can help your organization prepare for recovering from a disaster.
Tip - Bare metal restores can be frustrating. But, there are a number of products that make bare metal restoration less of a headache for you and your organization.
Disaster recovery plan maintenance:1 - 2 of 2
Tip - This tip highlights an aspect of backup that most are not as experienced and comfortable with -- restoring.
Tip - The backup and restore capabilities of SQL Server 2005 are largely unchanged from SQL Server 2000, but there are several new features worthy of your attention. Edgewood Solutions' Greg Robidoux explains the pros and cons of using these features -- from...
Disaster recovery management overview:1 - 2 of 2
16 Apr 2008
Article - Disaster recovery management must become a process much like change management, and it must become part of the daily operations. Companies must operate in a state of disaster avoidance and preparedness. Learn four of the more pressing disaster recovery...
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| 28 Oct 2009
Article - India's leading private sector bank has evolved its disaster recovery management strategy considerably over the years. We present the HDFC Bank DR story.
Disaster recovery implementation:1 - 1 of 1
30 Sep 2005
Article - Users at Storage Decisions discussed their strategies for coordinating an effective DR plan with their business managers.