Storage Area Networks and Disaster Recovery
Each business is unique and distinctive, having various needs and requirements. The need to customize a Disaster Recovery Plan to a particular business situation is a requirement of any good plan.
- Identify a business, real or fictitious, and create a list of all personnel, positions, assets, vendors, customers, etc. for that business.
- It is vital that you choose a good template and model for your Disaster Recovery Plan. Use the sites below to help you choose a Disaster Recovery Plan template that will work in your particular industry situation.
- Sample Plan: MIT Business Continuity Plan (Links to an external site.)
- Disaster Recovery Plan Template:http://www.disaster-recovery-plan.com/ (Links to an external site.)
- Disaster Recovery Made Easy (Links to Pieces Needed in Plan - Determine Scope and Dependency)http://www.disaster-recovery-plan.com/toolkit.htm (Links to an external site.)
- The Disaster Recovery Guidehttp://www.disaster-recovery-guide.com/ (Links to an external site.)
- Identify the qualities that helped you select your Disaster Recovery Plan template, making sure to include:
- Main reason you chose this template
- Items that are unnecessary within the selected template
- Items that must be added to augment the selected template for your particular business
- How easily is this plan replicated for additional business sites if necessary (or maybe N/A)?
- Location where you retrieved the template
- Is permission for use/reproduction required? Has permission been attained? Include date, method secured [such as email, phone, etc.], person supplying permission, necessary declarations, and such as copyrights that must be displayed.
This information will become part of a complete Disaster Recovery Plan that will be completed over the length of the term and is worth 50% of your final grade.
Prepare your responses in a Microsoft Word document named Lastname-Unit1-ProjectAssignment.doc. Submit your file using the upload instructions below.