- Author:Robert W. Buchanan Jr.
- Publisher:McGraw-Hill Education; 1 edition (December 17, 2002)
- Pages:268 pages
- Subcategory:Networking & Cloud Computing
- FB2 format1777 kb
- ePUB format1459 kb
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Robert W Buchanan, Robert Buchanan. Nobody wants to shell out a lot of money for something they'll use once or, with any luck, never. But that's where most corporations find themselves today. Network managers see disaster recovery as outside their jurisdiction, and therefore as a competitor for system resources. External incentives to deploy disaster recovery from customers and partners may be pressing, but internal incentives are working against them. This book provides a methodology responsive to those problems.
One way to measure disasters is based on how many people are impacted within the company, as shown in Figure 1-1. The bottom of the pyramid implies that data loss due to a crash of a single laptop only impacts the laptop's user, whereas destruction of a facility impacts many personnel and can threaten their safety. So what's the conclusion? The more people disrupted or threatened, the greater the business impact and therefore the larger the disaster.
Does Your Business Continuity Plan Rely on Prevention or Cure? Nobody wants to shell out a lot of money for something they'll use once or, with any luck, never.
A Complete Methodology for Eliminating Single Points of Failure. by Robert W. Published November 26, 2002 by McGraw-Hill Professional.
A Complete Methodology for Eliminating Single Points of Failure · McGraw-Hill Networking Professional. Robert W. Buchanan, Jr. is president and CEO of Shiloh Network Solutions (SNS), a start-up software company developing a new generation of proactive network analysis tools for clustered systems within the enterprise and Internet market More about Robert W. Disaster Proofing Information Systems.
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