With the destruction that recent hurricanes, earthquakes and other natural disasters are leaving behind, communities and organizations must be prepared to start rebuilding immediately. For enterprises, this means implementing ways to recover lost data and restart business operations as a result of power outages or impacted data centers.

Disaster recovery plans hold a line of defense for the unexpected. If implemented strategically, these plans keep enterprises stable in hard times and can make resuming normal business operations as simple as recovering from a backup to return to usual operations. There are various ways to test a disaster recovery plan after implementation to ensure a fool-proof defense against the unexpected.

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