LESSON 1 * Disaster Recovery Planning: The Basics
SUMMARY: Setting up a good DR plan is not easy and can be a big drain on resources, time and money. Since setting up a plan is generally perceived as a preventative measure, with little inherent business associated with the process, it can be overlooked by management or pushed down the task list in favor of another storage issue. But, in lesson one of this DR Planning Podcast series, DR expert Jon Toigo will explain how the new realities of business make DR planning an essential element of daily process, procedure, product development and procurement.
LESSON 2 * Disaster Recovery Planning: Data Management
SUMMARY: A big step in creating a DR plan is to understand the data you are protecting. In the second of three Podcasts, Jon Toigo explores how to take a top-down approach to looking at data to make sure you are attaching the right level of protection to the right data. Find out how better data management ultimately leads to better data protection and recovery.
LESSON 3 * Disaster Recovery Planning: Recovery on a Budget
SUMMARY: Your DR plan is only as good as its ability to provide business resumption. Getting data back -- and in a useable form -- is the main goal of a DR plan. Starting with testing techniques, this Podcast with DR guru Jon Toigo gives you tips on the best ways to get data back should disaster strike.
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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
This was first published in April 2007