So let’s review how we have come to this point in the process. In Part 1 we discussed the general strategy of the BCP program and the IT participation in the process. In Part 2 we moved into the definition of the BCP Tiers and the factors involved to begin mapping our systems and requirements.
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In our last post we laid out the RPO and RTO of a couple of systems to illustrate how we can map our systems into BCP tiers. Now that we have defined our current state of the core IT applications and services we will examine the requirements and limitations and define how we can maintain,
In Part1 of our BCP/DR Primer series we defined some key terminology that we will use as we build up our plans and document our systems as they map against our ability to recovery them. The BCP Tiers are common among many organizations although you may seem some deviation in the specific time-frames that they
You see the acronyms all over the place, and it can be very overwhelming. There are so many articles about cloud, SPOF, RPO, RTO, five 9 up-time and in the end it is really all meaningless unless you understand your own environment. A common misconception is that by putting your data “in the cloud” that