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"But just as financial regulators use stress tests to gauge how well banks would hold up under real-world adverse conditions, you need to put your DR infrastructure under stress as well. Does a particular operating system in your environment conflict with a given application or virtual machine? Do you have corrupt files on the network that could disrupt recovery during a failover?" -- Dan Timko, chief strategy officer, J2 Global Cloud Division
It's not enough to only implement a disaster recovery plan, although it's a great step to ensuring business continuity in the face of disaster. Testing that plan is essential. A test will show any weaknesses in the plan, missing elements, and what staff doesn't know to bring the business back up.
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