What can be done to make disaster recovery exercises more productive?
lbloom 2 years ago
It's about that time of the year where we conduct our disaster recovery exercise. It seems a particularly appropriate time in light of the harsh weather that just passed through Alabama and the deep south. To be honest though, in the past I have felt that we were just running through the basics during exercises, and I'm not confident that we really elevated our preparedness to where it should be. What things can be done to make sure DR exercises are productive?
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