5 Things that Can Go Wrong with a Disaster Recovery Plan

The biggest problem with a disaster recovery plan is when there isn’t one. If nothing has been prepared, planned or backed-up, then that’s what you can expect to salvage in the case of a serious incident – nothing. But even when the plan exists, too many organisations leave gaping holes. If you’re starting in a new position as disaster recovery manager, you have the advantage of bringing a fresh pair of eyes and seeing things that your colleagues have missed or dismissed as unimportant. Here’s a checklist to help you spot what might need to be fixed, and underlying causes of the problems. Read more