Do you have an updated DR Runbook?
To ensure that DR testing, planning, and recovery is organized and effective, many organizations use a disaster recovery “runbook.” A DR runbook is a working document, unique to every organization, which outlines the necessary steps to recover from a disaster or service interruption.
The Disaster Recovery Plan (DRP) is our documented process or set of procedures to execute Your Company’s disaster recovery processes and recover and protect our business IT infrastructure in the event of a disaster. It is “a comprehensive statement of consistent actions to be taken before, during and after a disaster”. The scope of this runbook supports multiple forms of recovery. Disasters could be natural, environmental or man-made. Man-made disasters could be intentional (for example, an act of a disgruntled employee, terrorist, or cybercrime) or unintentional (that is, accidental, such as the breakage of a fire sprinkler valve or deleting a user account.)
Request a Customized Binder:
Yes, I’d like to see a customized template for IT Disaster Recovery. Please send me a copy of the binder to support our Disaster Recovery Efforts.
Alan (CEO) and Richard (CTO) designed our managed IT services around the prevention of data loss, downtime, and security breaches. AllConnected’s roots began in 1993 when our founder, Alan McDonald, began a consulting practice focused on the healthcare industry. Back then, we were known as Integrated Computer Systems. As connectivity continued to have a more significant impact on the way businesses collaborate and access information, we changed our name to AllConnected in 1998.
AllConnected actively ensures that our clients are prepared to defend against, and operate during today’s threats to IT Infrastructure.