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Continuity Disaster Recovery

You know what they say about the best-laid plans of mice and men: despite good intentions, they go awry. The same is true of businesses. No matter how much owners and managers try to forecast outcomes, there are just too many variables in play. This makes it difficult to predict or prevent situations that exact a terrible toll on business. A hurricane, for example, could paralyze an entire firm’s operations for weeks. A blackout could compromise a multi-million dollar deal. This section on Continuity Disaster Recovery focus on strategies that would help ensure a company’s survival despite worst case scenarios, such as developing a business continuity disaster recovery plan, identifying and prioritizing critical business functions, establishing a backup to crucial operations, safeguarding property, equipment, staff, and assets, and keeping open multiple, reliable methods of communication. Continuity Disaster Recovery also involves recovery procedures and resolutions to cash management issues. The articles below relate to continuity disaster recovery and how businesses get back onto their feet after a felling blow.
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Posted by Shaun Hummel. Published on Sep 25, 2009
This article discusses some of the main components of any enterprise network Disaster Recovery Plan. Disaster Recovery Planning (DRP) starts with a discussion that involves key management employees. It is important to get their support with any disaster recovery initiative.
Swine Flu To Return This Fall – Is Your Disaster Plan Updated?
Posted by Kelly Short. Published on Aug 20, 2009
Experts predict the swine flu will return, possibly more severely, this Fall. How will your business continue operating in time of disaster?
Disaster Recovery And Business Continuity
Posted by Joshua Maluchnik. Published on Jul 28, 2009
Disaster recovery planning and preventive measures ensure business continuity. Whether the break in business continuity is a short or long one, this is where an organization's disaster recovery plans comes into play. The disaster recovery plans define the resources, actions, and data required to reinstate critical business processes that have been damaged or disabled because of a disaster.
Doctor Joins Comprehensive Alternative Medicine Center
Posted by amrita rawat. Published on Jul 11, 2009
LifeWorks Wellness Center announces the addition of Dr. Dean Silver, a board certified specialist in internal medicine and cardiology who will be a new doctor on the LifeWorks medical team.
Business Liquidation – A Fresh Start
Posted by Steve P Thatcher. Published on Jul 04, 2009
You are here because you know that your business is in trouble and you want to know what your options are. Bottom line is you want to know what you can do to make this thing work and if it can't what it will cost you.
Business Continuity Management Versus Emergency Management – What's That?
Posted by Gary Ng. Published on Jun 13, 2009
How often do you or your clients get confused between the terminology of Business Continuity Management and Emergency Management? How do you go about differentiating the 2 terminologies to them?
Countering A Widening Array Of Disasters
Posted by Arthur Cole. Published on May 12, 2009
The past several years have produced plenty of motivation for enterprises to institute broad disaster recovery programs, so much so that it's hard to imagine even a medium-sized organization without one. Unfortunately, many plans turn into the IT equivalent of a mutual fund: Once the initial investment is made, it's pretty much ignored until something goes wrong.
Surviving Job Loss – Emotional Recovery
Posted by Jean Wright. Published on Mar 24, 2009
Lost your job or financial assets? The emotional turmoil you experience can be very similar to grief over the death of a loved one. The stages of grief and bereavement coping guidelines can be helpful to your current financial situation.
Learning More About Disaster Recovery
Posted by Colm Byrne. Published on Mar 04, 2009
Disaster recovery is generally something nobody enjoys thinking about – it is like making your will at your 21st birthday party, just in case something bad goes wrong. However, with any business, it is better to be prepared rather than allow the element of surprise ruin everything you worked on. Basically, every business needs a strong disaster recovery plan to protect itself from further damage
Is Bartering A Way Out For Cash Strapped Communities?
Posted by Markus Taylor. Published on Feb 01, 2009
Now we all face the prospect of economic uncertainty, and know that its going to get tough for many of us. Perhaps, its time to look at history, and see what ways our ancestors survived similar crisis's. One ancient and trusted method is bartering. Go to page: