Almost daily, my engineers hear comments from prospective clients saying that disaster recovery plans are too time intensive, or they can’t possibly test for each scenario. Sometimes they say, “I think we have a shell of a plan.”

When I hear these comments, I think: It’s only just a matter of time.

A disaster, at some level, will happen and either you will pull through it or you won’t. The Federal Emergency Management Agency is betting on the latter, reporting that 75 percent of companies without business continuity plans fail within three years of a disaster.

Creating a disaster plan is not as intimidating as it seems. Here are some ways to start creating a disaster recovery plan that will actually work when you need it:  Read more here…