What IT Gets Wrong in Their Disaster Recovery Plans

There are often two overlooked factors essential to protecting critical applications when disaster strikes — organizational communication and maintaining up-to-date documentation of processes and procedures for application operation before, during, and after a disaster. Here, Sandi Hamilton, Director of Customer Support at SIOS Technology, addresses the significance of regularly running a disaster recovery plan that supports business continuity in both test and QA environments.

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