By Richard Arneson Disaster Recovery planning is like insurance―you know you need it, but there’s nothing fun about it. And that’s before you’ve even paid a premium. It’s easy to file it into one (1) of two (2) categories: I’ll get around to it or It’ll never happen to us.
When organizations first began to realize that they’d become reliant on their computer systems, a new service was invented, or, at least, was needed―Disaster Recovery. Prior to that, disaster recovery meant little more than making sure your insurance premiums were paid up. This new reliance on computers―primarily due to mainframes