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Why Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery Is More Than a Checklist

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More than 40 percent of all companies that experience a disaster never reopen their doors for business. How well would your organization recover from a crisis or disaster that could disrupt your company’s operations? With the vast array of digital and physical threats businesses face, it is essential for companies to have a business continuity and disaster recovery (BC/DR) plan in place.

Forsythe FOCUS magazine has collected information from a variety of sources about BC/DR to show the importance of this topic in today’s 24/7 world.

Consider these facts when you read the infographic below:

  • 93 percent of companies have executed disaster recovery plans.

  • 60 percent of virtualized servers are not covered in disaster recovery plans.

  • North American businesses collectively loose $26.5 billion each year due to IT downtime and data recovery.

BC/DR Infographic

 

[SlideShare] Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery: More Than Just a Checklist

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