Disaster Recovery Planning
Disaster recovery planning (DRP) is many things to many people. To some, it is planning how to recover or replace damaged computer systems. To others, it is planning how to maintain critical hospital/nursing functions during interruptions in computer service. To still others, it is planning how to avoid those interruptions, and to yet others, it is planning an organization’s response to any emergency or crisis situation.
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