Business Continuity Plan

Sun
28
Feb

DRaaS challenges – Trust the vendor, but always verify !!!

DRaaS challenges – Trust the vendor, but always verify !!!

Continuation to what we have discussed in part 1, most of the enterprises are hesitant to trust a service provider primarily due to concerns on availability, performance security and compliance reasons. It is understandable that we need to consider these multiple factors because the solution we opt for plays an important role in assuring the continuation of our organization’s core business activities.

We will start with the availability part.

DRaaS provider in same town?

Sun
21
Feb

DRaaS - Invoke your disaster recovery with confidence

DRaaS - Invoke your disaster recovery with confidence

When we plan our Business Continuity Planning, there are various factors we need to look at. In my earlier article about BCP, I have mentioned about the importance of including cyber security threat in Business Continuity Plan. As we all know, normally we consider disruptive events such as hurricanes and floods. If we go for building our own datacenters, both primary and backup, then we might need to do a lot of research in finding locations that are prone from all the natural disasters and also we need to consider the adaptability of the backup site to recover following a disaster.

Going to cloud – escape from earth quake, floods

Mon
15
Feb

BCP – Dust it off!!! It’s high time to revamp, rediscover and reconstruct it !!

BCP – Dust it off!!!  It’s high time to revamp, rediscover and reconstruct it !!

As we all know Business Continuity Plan is something that is unique to an organization. We might have organization level or project level business continuity plan. How many of us really read the business continuity plan of our project/organization rather than keeping it as an artifact for audits?

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