7 tips for stress-testing your business continuity plan
No one wants to find out that they’ve been spending too much time, money, and energy maintaining their business continuity (BC) plan.
But if you don’t regularly stress-test your BC plan, you might find yourself in one of those situations. Learn how to verify that your DR plan fits your current needs from ServerCentral Turing Group’s co-founder and CTO, Eric Dynowski.
Read tips and tricks for handling business continuity operations
With cyber threats getting more sophisticated and natural disasters becoming more common, it takes the 24/7 focus of DRaaS providers to stay ahead of potential problems. Here’s how we do it.
To secure your backups, start by combining a local NAS or USB backup with a remote cloud backup (e.g., AWS or Google) for remote employees using storage.
Most businesses have a DR plan. But 23% of them admit to never testing their plans. That’s a problem — but not an unsolvable one.
A strategic disaster recovery plan drastically improves your odds of surviving an IT outage or data loss. Here’s where to start.
It’s important to have a disaster recovery plan, but it’s equally as important to make sure that it works. Here’s how.
What SCTG’s been reading
451 Research report:
Disaster recovery preparedness gaps highlight future vulnerabilities
Business Trends – Insight Report Q1 2020 by 451 Research
UI Intelligence report 37:
COVID-19: Minimizing critical facility risk
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