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Disaster recovery, backups, and business IT continuity each are separate components but are closely related. Robust design for each one is crucial. A company that does not understand the differences between them or has a rock-solid, documented plan to execute in-the-event-of, is exceptionally vulnerable to a genuinely cataclysmic disaster.
Sources: The Disaster Recovery Preparedness Council’s 2014 Annual Report, FEMA, and Strategic Resource Institute
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