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PostPosted: Tue Nov 29, 2005 7:51 pm    Post subject: Moving on from where we are ... Reply with quote

Hi all,

My organization is a global IT hub in the AP region. I don't know whether I'm considered fortunate to be taken into this position focusing on IT disaster recovery. Well, for DR planning, I have done my research and come out with a DR document which includes the basics like the organization structure, possible scenarios that would initiate the DR activation, focal business service to be protected and a list of DR task checklist.

Largely, I have to understand how the infrastructure in my company works (as in network, systems + backups , application side). I gotto go on from where I've stopped to next plan out the test plan, plan maintenance and return to normalcy stage. These are the part which I'm not sure of. Perhaps someone would like to share his/her experiences with me. I'm not sure if I've done enough for the preliminary stage as in I'm worried the plan that I have done does not kick in well for the next coming DR drill.

The drill is to test out if the plan is sufficient according to the organization requirements.
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