Project Report: To be continued...
Carefully assessing the threats to business continuity is key to instituting the right disaster-recovery solution. For one City law firm, Cerberus promises business as normal, says Jan Durant
Today, only foolish law firms have no disaster recovery solution in place. The trick is trying to strike a happy balance between the cost of protecting ourselves against every conceivable eventuality and the risk of not protecting ourselves at all. At Lewis Silkin, we found the key was to assess the risks we may face, and then try to implement all we would need to continue working within 12 hours of – in the worst-case scenario – the server room being destroyed.
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