With hurricane season upon us and in the midst of the first hurricane, developing a disaster recovery plan is necessary for any business hoping to maintain seamless information access. It's also hard work. As a result, many companies view the process as a one-time exercise. But in order for your disaster recovery plan to be effective, it needs an annual check-up.
Taking care of old documents and medical waste, with proper disposal, before a disaster can save local rivers and water systems from becoming polluted with hazardous material. Here are several ways to fine-tune your disaster recovery plan for 2019.Read More