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Practical SQL Server BC/DR Planning

In his recent article for Continuity, Dave Bermingham provides some practical guidance to help system and database administrators tasked with creating business continuity and disaster recovery plans, including a summary of seven steps that have proven to be useful when creating and enhancing business continuity plans.

Bermingham continues his reporting to discuss how the disaster recovery plan for IT builds on the business continuity plan with specific strategies that protect the organization’s data and ensure critical applications can continue to run with minimal or no disruption.

Read his full post for Continuity here.

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