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Disaster Recovery Plan

I need to develop a Disaster Recovery Plan for the organization that I work in but I need guideline on where best to start.... I have a list of my servers which I have proiritize the servers...  Even if there was a web site I could reference....
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LindaMainCommented:
There are several places to get information on how to start a disaster recovery plan and templates to use.  Try www.drj.com.

Hope you enjoy documentation.
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PeterMacCommented:
As a general rule, I would advise thinking in terms of functions / processes, rather than the physical machines themselves.

There is quite a lot of information available on the net regarding disaster recovery, just google for "Disaster Recovery Plan" will give you lots of pointers. Most will need tayloring to your own specific circumstances though.

This is quite a good site to start on, has some sublinks to specific topics.

http://www.computerweekly.com/Articles/2007/09/17/220521/disaster-recovery-planning-for-smbs.htm

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Computer101Commented:
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NickyPowerAuthor Commented:
Apologies for the delay...
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