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Defining disaster levels

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Has your organization developed a baseline for defining disaster levels? Do you agree with Mike Talon that defining disaster levels helps bolster DR planning? Share your comments about developing a baseline for defining disaster levels, as discussed in the Dec. 9 Disaster Recovery e-newsletter.

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Great Article !!!

by cgrau In reply to Defining disaster levels

I am in the process of creating DR policies and planning guidlines. This article will help quite a bit. Thanks Mike.

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Good descriptions

by nosreppih In reply to Great Article !!!

I always present that the 'High Availability' policy is 95% of the DR policy, so it is very important to get the HA correct and working smoothly first.

It is fourtunate that that the last 5% for DR is very rarely used.

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Glad to be of help

by MikeTalonNYC In reply to Good descriptions

Hopefully this can help the non-technical folks you need to convince that there's more to DR than total data-center failure.

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