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Disaster Recovery

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PostPosted: Mon Jun 20, 2005 5:35 pm    Post subject: DR Scenario - should be a simple question for you guys? Reply with quote

We are currently in a transition phase, moving from SUN to SAP in a very small office, we need to formulate a DR plan so the legacy data on the SUN machine is backed up and restorable after cutover (should the machine go down), Does anyone have a template that might suit this small requirement?

The remaining IT infrastructure has been outsourced and to avoid costs of involving this SUN machine we have decided not to included it in the service.
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