Disaster recovery plan

A disaster recovery plan is a set of instructions for how to respond to a major incident. The intent behind the plan is to bring the organization’s operations back to full functionality as soon as possible. A disaster recovery plan is most commonly targeted at the information technology assets of a business, but can be directed at any of its operational areas. The most effective planning effort involves periodic training exercises to ensure that everyone named in a disaster recovery plan is aware of his or her role in the recovery process.

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