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PostPosted: Tue Feb 01, 2005 6:33 pm    Post subject: Services In The Disaster Recovery Industry Reply with quote

Hy all!

I have just joined to this group so first I want to introduce myself: My name is Rafael Roldan and I work in Telefonica I+D in Madrid (Spain).

In our division ("Data Security and Access Control") we are now interested in the Disaster Recovery Industry. We have catalogued three levels that compose our vision of the Disaster Recovery Industry:

1) software for developing/managing a contingency plan (also called "planning tools") before a crisis.
2) The Emergency Notification Systems, which alert the people involved during a crisis
3) Crisis Management Systems for trying to resolve a crisis

In our company we are interested to start working in the first two levels. Which are in your opinion the basics, differents and principals services to offer in this sector in those two levels? And their pros and cons?

Thanks a lot
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