Library items tagged: disaster recovery

PB/INFO/016 Most computer users will have been very grateful for the existence of backups. Although they are often seen as a way to recover files lost due to typing errors or misplaced mouse clicks there are other reasons to make and keep secure copies of files. However each of these purposes creates different requirements for the backup and recovery system, so it is important to be clear which purpose is involved and choose an appropriate backup strategy and technology to deliver it.
All organisations should consider producing a network disaster recovery document as part of their overall site disaster recovery plans. Points to consider include: