The information management industry appears divided over whether or not corporate disaster recovery plans adequately cover data warehousing and business intelligence programs, suggests a new DM Review Interactive poll.

The informal poll included responses from 270 industry professions. Of those polled, only 22 percent (59 respondents) believed their disaster recovery procedures “absolutely” protect data warehousing and business intelligence. That compares with 29 percent (78 respondents) who were “somewhat” sure and 49 percent (133 respondents) who were either “unsure” or responded “not at all.”

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