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How dependable is your company's disaster recovery plan? Is it as strong as it could be? While most IT managers agree on the importance of disaster recovery in today's IT world, not everyone knows exactly how to go about administering it. The fact is, ensuring that your company is truly covered in the event of a disaster involves planning, planning and more planning.
In this tutorial series, expert Russell Olsen describes the keys to developing a solid IT disaster recovery plan.
Disaster recovery planning
Russell Olsen is the CIO of a medical data mining company and previously worked for a Big Four accounting firm performing technology risk assessments. He co-authored the research paper "A comparison of Windows 2000 and Red Hat as network service providers." Russell is a CISA, GSNA and MCP.