Once you’ve identified the systems requiring the most protection, you’ll know how to prioritize your resources and where to invest in additional backup, disaster recovery as a service (DRaa S), fault-tolerance servers, etc.
Cohen, Contributor The terms business continuity and disaster recovery are often mistakenly used interchangeably.
And while cloud computing services can be used to address both business continuity and disaster recovery, you must have a fundamental understanding of the differences to do effective planning.
Knowing the cost of downtime for each of your systems and applications is crucial.
This will help you determine recovery time objectives (the maximum length of time within which each business process must be restored).