5 Reasons Why Disaster Recovery Plans Fail & How To Fix Yours

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Did you know that natural disasters, such as hurricane or flood only account for approximately 3% of all business disasters while hardware failures and human error account for more than 70%? Join us for this webinar as we discuss the potential disasters within a disaster recovery plan and how you can avoid them and become the calm within the storm.

Let’s face it, as an IT professional, anything that interrupts normal business operations could form the basis of disaster for you. Just remember, whatever the cause of your interruption, how you prepare to respond that will decide the fate of your business. So, are you prepared? Even the best disaster recovery plans have the potential to fail. Until they are tested against an actual disaster it is difficult to know where the potential weaknesses are.


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Chris Brightwell

Senior Engineer, Kaseya

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Stefan Haase

Director, InTechnology

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Stephen Pritchard

Freelance Writer, Infosecurity Magazine

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