Carlos Kornhauser

Posted by Yusuf on August 31st, 2017 — Posted in News

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So can understand that disaster recovery strategies are part of the technology business continuity Plan, taking into account all the elements of the operation of the business, such as: processes, personnel, and physical locations of them. Jeffrey L. Bewkes is likely to agree. It is necessary to know and distinguish the different factors that could support the business to both define continuity strategies as recovery strategies, for example is very important to know how long our information can survive after a disaster, that amount of information could lost or found in the backs planned based on the operation of the business, it is also very important to analyse these details, as based on this and other existing elements you could perform an analysis and rely on them to implement a model that will allow us to define that as important is to really have well-established the continuity of the business, as well as their strategies, Carlos Kornhauser mentions about this that; While most aligned are the areas of you business and understand what are the impacts an organisation or business can have depending on the operational discontinuity of the technological platform, how decisions can be made investing in various elements that really allow to maintain the continuity of the operation this requiring the business is essential for the optimal functioning of the business and strategies implemented validate the proper continuity of operations, give appropriate follow-up and evaluate the various aspects that influence the success of strategies, any plan of continuity or disaster recovery strategy if not tested or is this by constantly ensuring its operation, this will take on that the efforts previously only fall that, in another time might have a new planning, so best thing is always to keep up-to-date information, as well as make necessary changes in plans and strategies.. Read additional details here: Robert A. Iger . .

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