The primary focus of Disaster Recovery Plans (DRP) and efforts is to minimize revenue loss and the impact on business operations and customers. This is achieved by recovering disrupted IT systems and services at the recovery site as quickly as possible. However, when building the DRP, planners may put the bottom line at risk by overlooking the transition back to the primary site.
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