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Disaster recovery plan.

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A detailed process for recovering information or an IT system in the event of a catastrophic disaster such as a fire or flood. A document that guides the recovery efforts necessary to restore your business to normal operations as quickly as possible. Provides for the continuity of system operations after a disaster.
The fee a recovery site vendor usually charges when the customer notifies them that a disaster has occurred and the recovery site is required. The fee is implemented to discourage false disaster notifications.
A type of disaster recovery test, often referred to as a “table-top exercise,” in which members of the disaster recovery team gather in a large conference room and role-play a disaster scenario.
A process in which copies of the disaster recovery checklists are distributed to the members of the disaster recovery team for their review.
Charts (1) the cost to the organization due to the unavailability of information and technology, and (2) the cost to the organization of recovering from a disaster over time.

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