Disaster Recovery Planning

DISASTER RECOVERY PLANNING FROM A-Z
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The Disaster Recovery Guide is intended to be a launch pad for those seeking help with the business continuity planning process. It offers information, guidance, tips, and links to a range of resources.

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Getting Started - Potential Functional Areas/Processes

Functional areas to rank within your disaster recovery plan could include the following:

    E-commerce processes

    E-mail based communications

    Other on-line real-time customer services

    Production line

    Production processes Human resources management

    Information technology services

    Premises (Head Office and branches)

    Marketing and public relations

    Maintenance and support services

    Quality control mechanisms

    Customer service handling

    Sales and sales administration

    Finance and treasury

    Research and development activities

    Accounting and reporting

    Strategic and business planning activities

    Internal audit



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