In the digital world, there exists no perfect computing system, and failure is guaranteed to occur at some point. The next logical step to take is to prepare for its eventual occurrence and try to mitigate the system’s costs going offline.
Disaster recovery is the set of procedures followed to assist the recovery or restoring of vital data and information systems following a disaster. A disaster can be classified as a sudden event, including an accident or natural disaster that creates detrimental damage. In information management, disaster recovery plans are a critical subset of a business continuity plan (BCP), which seeks to prepare for, prevent, and recover from potential threats affecting an organization.
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