Disaster Recovery Plan Template BCP0005 (50 pages)
A fairly comprehensive IT Disaster Recovery Plan including roles and responsibilities and actions plans for during and following the disaster.
This document outlines the steps to be taken to restore IT facilities in a controlled manner and in line with defined business application priorities. It is not a Business Continuity Plan since it only addresses the IT component of business applications. Business Continuity Plans are the responsibility of the relevant business units.
IT disaster recovery plans provide step-by-step procedures for recovering disrupted systems and networks, and help them resume normal operations. The goal of these processes is to minimize any negative impacts to company operations. The IT disaster recovery process identifies critical IT systems and networks; prioritizes their recovery time objective; and delineates the steps needed to restart, reconfigure, and recover them. A comprehensive IT DR plan also includes all the relevant supplier contacts, sources of expertise for recovering disrupted systems and a logical sequence of action steps to take for a smooth recovery.
Assuming you have completed a risk assessment and have identified potential threats to your IT infrastructure, the next step is to determine which infrastructure elements are most important to the performance of your company's business. Also assuming that all IT systems and networks are performing normally, your firm ought to be fully viable, competitive and financially solid. When an incident -- internal or external -- negatively affects the IT infrastructure, the business could be compromised.
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