Category: Data recovery
17 September, 2012
The Olympic Games saw a boost in the number of businesses taking greater control of disaster planning.
With so many people coming into the country and a higher likelihood that staff would be unable to make it into the office, plans were needed to ensure organisations could work remotely.
However, the increased risk of a terrorist attack meant businesses needed to consider how they would recover data and continue working if normal places of work were damaged or off-limits.
Now the Olympics has left the country, firms may feel they can relax planning for data recovery and business continuity processes, but a clear and detailed plan is still important.
Terrorist attacks are not the only thing with the potential to force businesses away from their main premises.
Floods, fires, earthquake and power surges can all cause data loss with little notice so organisations need to be prepared.
Should these events occur, businesses can find themselves needing to quickly recover key data in order to continue operating.
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Posted by Ceilidh Robertson