Historically, disaster recovery has been costly and hard to justify for many businesses. DR used to mean that you purchased two of every piece of your infrastructure and hoped that you never powered up the DR equipment and one day you retired old dusty, never used assets, and asked for more money for the next cycle.
Identify Challenges. Assess the Current Environment and any Risks. Balance Business Goals Against Budget. Deliver a Solutions Roadmap.
Strategy and Solution Analysis. Document Requirements. Define Operational Processes, KPIs, Metrics, and Manufacturers’ Engagement.
Procurement, System Installation and Configuration, Testing and Validation, and Training.