An 8-Step Plan to Updating Your Network Disaster Recovery Plan

Disaster recovery for the modern global enterprise: How to minimize the impact of cable cuts, criminal activity, and acts of God.

Network Computing, Contributor

February 15, 2022

1 Min Read
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Planning for unexpected and unavoidable service interruptions on undersea cables, land-based networks or satellite systems is an essential undertaking for enterprise IT managers. Refreshing a backup plan need not be heavy lifting as expert guidance and a growing array of backup options are available to fortify the blueprint.

The undersea volcano which, which cut the sole Internet link to Tonga, a country of islands, last month should serve as a wakeup call for enterprise IT managers around the world to update their backup and disaster recovery plans for their network infrastructure and connected equipment.

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