Business Continuity Planning Guide
During the 1990s, it was common for organizations to require a three-day window to recover from a disaster and return to normal operations. By 2001, a one-day delay was considered acceptable, but today recovery time objectives (RTOs) are between zero and four hours.
The terms "disaster recovery planning" and "business continuity planning" are often used interchangeably, but they are two different concepts that work together as complementary components of a business's overall recovery and continuity planning.
An effective business continuity plan is more than just the result of effective backups and data replication. An effective plan must not only be based on sound knowledge of your organization's culture and structure, but also on well-defined policies and procedures that make the plan a part of your daily operations, rather than something that is referred to only in case of emergency.
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