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Disaster Recovery and Shift Left Testing

What good is disaster recovery planning if there is no testing? Testing your plans and preparations is a vital part of DR, but the next question is – how (or when) should that testing be done?

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What Disaster Recovery Testing Can Miss and Why

Disaster recovery testing before an incident occurs is a must. Whether you test to check or test to improve, waiting until a catastrophe happens before unveiling your plan is a sure way to fail. However, a test environment is usually … Continue reading

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Disaster Recovery Planning for the Infrastructure and Beyond

While the term ‘disaster recovery planning’ often conjures up images of servers in racks, disk drives and IT personnel monitoring system consoles, it takes more than that to keep today’s IT systems going. Power, air-conditioning, networks and the buildings that … Continue reading

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