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Disaster Recovery Planning: Preparing for the Unthinkable (3rd Edition)

Disaster Recovery Planning: Preparing for the Unthinkable (3rd Edition)
Author: Jon William Toigo
ISBN 13: 9780130462824
ISBN 10: 130462829
Edition: 3
Publisher: Prentice Hall
Publication Date: 2002-09-06
Format: Hardcover
Pages: 512
List Price: $69.99

The #1 guide to protecting and recovering your key digital assets—now fully updated.

  • Disaster recovery strategies after 9/11
  • Up-to-the-minute coverage: DR analysis, planning, strategy, testing, and emergency decision-making
  • Solutions for centralized and decentralized environments, network and end-user recovery
  • Advanced storage technologies and "time to data" metrics
  • Implications of Web services and next-generation outsourcing
  • Now more than ever, crucial information for every IT manager, sysadmin, and consultant!

Disaster Recovery Planning, Third Edition is a start-to-finish update to the #1 guide to disaster recovery planning and implementation. Thoroughly revised to reflect the latest strategies and technologies, it also presents the disaster recovery lessons taught by 9/11, the California energy crisis, and the anthrax scare.

In this book, Toigo offers focused, hands-on blueprints for disaster recovery in every environment, centralized and decentralized—with detailed coverage of building DR systems that address networks and encompass end-users who still maintain crucial enterprise data on local PCs and notebooks. Coverage includes:

  • How to create a successful disaster recovery plan-with or without consultants
  • Analyzing both technical and physical risks, including facility protection
  • Choosing the right mainframe backup strategies
  • Preventive and proactive techniques for backing up distributed, network-based systems
  • New technologies and strategies for end-user recovery
  • Emergency decision-making and recovery project teams
  • Testing your plan and updating it to reflect organizational and technicalchange