Disaster Recovery Planning: Preparing for the Unthinkable (paperback), 3rd Edition
©2003 |Prentice Hall |
Jon William Toigo, Dunedin, Florida
©2003 |Prentice Hall |
There were 480 companies in the World Trade Center in NYC. Only 230 companies had a disaster recovery plan in place. 100 companies probably did not need one due to their small size. Which leaves 160 companies that did not have a plan in place and as a result they will not be around a year from now! This book explains to system administrators and architects what they need to know to plan for and get through disaster recovery. It incorporates the latest technologies in data storage, networks, server systems, and the Internet (Web-based recovery planning and crisis management) and shows how they can become components of a corporate survival strategy for future disasters. This third edition is completely revised and updated to reflect new information on data storage topologies, challenges for recovery, problem of data re-hosting as well as coverage of latest technologies and trends. The book also covers the lessons learned from WTC disaster and includes references to the California power outages, new mailroom procedures--due to anthrax scares--and new physical access controls that enable you to know where everyone is in a building by tagging them with an electronic badge.
Foreword by Michael Shannon.
Foreword by Gregory Ferris.
Author's Preface to the Third Edition.
Preface to the Second Edition.
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JON WILLIAM TOIGO is Managing Partner of Toigo Productions, a consulting firm whose clients have included AT&T, Compaq, Cisco, EMC, and Hewlett-Packard. He has developed over 60 disaster recovery plans for commercial and governmental clients and supported the recovery of clients from disasters ranging from hurricanes, earthquakes, and floods to terrorist attacks post 9/11. He has held senior IT management positions with several leading financial institutions and consulting organizations and has written over 1,000 articles covering storage, infrastructure, and business automation for publications ranging from Computerworld to Scientific American. His Prentice Hall PTR books include The Holy Grail of Data Storage Management and The Essential Guide to Application Service Providers.
Forewords byMichael Shannon, The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, and Gregory Ferris, Executive Director of Global Business Continuity Planning (Institutional Securities), Morgan Stanley
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