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Ensuring Business Continuity: When downtime and data loss are simply not acceptable

White Paper Published By: Mainline Information Systems
Mainline Information Systems
Published:  Oct 20, 2009
Type:  White Paper
Length:  8 pages

Generally speaking, business continuity plan development involves four steps: . Performing Risk Assessment . Developing an emergency response/preparedness plan, detailing requirements and timelines to remove or control identified risks . Preparing comprehensive procedures, listings of solutions, equipment, applications, etc., needed to assure business continuity . Choosing either an internal (in-house) or external (outsource) approach to Business Continuity implementation



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business continuity, mainline information systems, downtime, data loss, risk assessment, bcd, data protection, backup, platform protection, archiving