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It’s the smaller disasters that matter

Mention disaster recovery to most businesses and they automatically start to think about power failures, earthquakes or some kind of nationwide catastrophe. It's because of that attitude, says Plan-B Ltd. founder and director Martin Wellesley, that disaster recovery plans tend to be vague and ultimately not worth the paper they're printed on.

Disaster Recovery/Business Continuity Special

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A reality check for disaster recovery

How often should you test your disaster recovery plans? Some experts say once a year. But to do it right, you have to make it real. Here's how.

A dose of disaster

When it comes to testing your disaster recovery plans, the best approach is to 'keep it real'. And never assume that everything will go as planned.

Cash crisis

When push comes to shove, companies are going to invest in technologies that will generate revenue now, rather than those that will keep the business alive down the road. According to a recent survey by Gartner Inc., one in three U.S. companies would suffer critical losses during a disaster because their recovery plans are not fully funded. Gartner surveyed more than 200 business/IT executives with knowledge of their company's disaster recovery plans.

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