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    Disaster Recovery Plan

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    revenue and provide services need by the community. Maintaining and updating Disaster Recovery Plans (DRP), can decrease potential looses and increase business success during the recovery phase. Every year, thousands of businesses are affected during natural or men-made disasters, some of them never reopen due to the lack of resources and knowledge to sustain business operation during a disaster. Business owners have the obligation to create, implement and maintain Disaster recovery plans (DRP) in order to successfully accomplish continuity of operations and a speedy recovery, during the recovery phase. Emergency Managers can assist local business owners…

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    technology, you need a disaster recovery plan in place to keep it going when the unforeseen happens. A sound disaster recovery plan includes a backup for your critical databases and a data replication solution that will allow you to get your business up and running as soon as possible after a man-made or natural disaster. Why is it so important for you to put a disaster recovery plan at the top of your already-full list of priorities? Here are 4 reasons you must remember: 1 - Technology…

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    instance. This past year alone there have been 44 disaster declarations, 6 emergency declarations, and 33 fire management assistance declarations across the United States. (Disaster Declarations by Year) Natural disasters like these can impact whole towns, destroying both homes and businesses alike. “Forty percent of businesses never reopen after a natural disaster strikes”. (Program Management) Emergency Preparedness and disaster recovery plans are a critical aspect of businesses “comeback”…

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    Disaster recovery and business continuity planning are often used together and sometime employers think they are the same, but disaster recovery planning is different from business continuity planning. Disaster recovery deals with being consistent with pre-planning actions that will help the business be prepared after a disaster strike whether it’s natural or human- error, and business continuity deals with preventing the Disaster from happening(if it’s possible). Business continuity planning…

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    Week 4 Assignment DRP BCP and different sites: Edmond Bessette Bellevue University Class CIS 608 Kayleen Amerson 9/22/2017 In this assignment I will compare and contrast Disaster recovery plan (DRP) to Business Continuity Planning (BCP) to understand when and how to use each one. BCP uses Hot Warm and Cold as backup sites. These sites are not referring to temperature of the rooms instead the required work to continue operations at these backup sites. (Whiteman 2017) Disaster recovery…

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    Introduction There are all sorts of disasters that can impact a business ability to perform its normal functions. They can range from a flood, hurricane or a tornado to a switch that fails, a laptop that’s misplaced or contracts a virus. Even what might seem to be a minor event could cause a major impact and even bring some business operations to a complete standstill. There are some statistic’s that indicate about 60% of businesses that experience some sort of disaster will not recover due to…

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    Case Study #2: Disaster Recovery / IT Service Continuity Name Institution Affiliation Case Study #2: Disaster Recovery / IT Service Continuity Overview. Disaster recovery also known as business contingency plan is the ability for a business to be able to deal with any occurring disaster (Snedaker, 2013). We need to know that incase of disasters such data breach it is normally impossible for the business processes to run smoothly. In that case, disaster recovery plan incorporates all the…

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    Activation Process Summary

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    Activation procedures first begin with the designation of personnel to authorize declaration of disaster and signaling of resumption of normal processing, which TAMUITDRP effectively states that the President, Vice President, and Chief Information Officer hold these responsibilities. A team is also pre-organized with specific responsibilities if a confirmation of threat is declared. Within a large organization, each team has a leader (and alternates) that are key university personnel that are IT…

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    Natural Disaster Measures: Controls: In the event of an earthquake that measures 5-upper or higher on the seismic intensity scale in Japan or other natural disasters that cause heavy damage to Nissan’s business activities, A first response team that is organized by the main units of the global disaster headquarters will gather information and decide those action that need to be taken on the basis of the information. If it so necessitates, the Global Disaster HQ and Regional Disaster HQ will be…

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    Explained how a business can analyze the return on investment of a disaster recovery plan The organization should do a Business Impact Analysis (BIA) which should calculate what might happen if there was an interruption of a business function and what information is needed to develop a recovery strategy. When doing a risk management test a potential lost scenarios should be identified. There are many types of scenarios to consider doing a disaster, like loss of goods from your suppliers, delay…

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