Minimize disruption with an effective disaster recovery plan




Organizations of all sizes face challenges maintaining security of mission-critical data. Ransomware, data corruption, and natural disasters can compromise customer information and other sensitive data, potentially resulting in loss of customer trust, as well as unexpected downtime and recovery costs. To mitigate these risks, organizations need a comprehensive disaster recovery (DR) strategy.

Leveraging Amazon Web Services (AWS) enables businesses to achieve rapid recovery objectives for their critical IT systems, without incurring the infrastructure expense of a secondary physical site.

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When even a brief IT outage can mean disrupted operations, compromised customer trust, and lost opportunities, you need a resilient disaster recovery plan that will help you stay up and running if your primary infrastructure is unavailable for any length of time.

This checklist outlines the top 10 components that make up an effective disaster recovery plan, including:

  • How to determine your recovery objectives
  • What to include in infrastructure documentation
  • Who should respond to an incident and what their plan of action should be
  • Why dividing applications into tiers can reduce expenses
  • What criteria to use when choosing disaster recovery tools

Get the IT Disaster Recovery Plan Checklist to learn how you can create your own comprehensive disaster recovery plan to regularly test and quickly recover your critical IT systems in the event of a disruption.

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