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Conversational Higher Education Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery

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Published: August, 2017

Keeping an education system’s network environment running is complex and demanding, because education environments have the need to provide access to data and applications to faculty, staff and students — each with unique needs.

Think about it — nearly any loss of service will have a major impact on a school’s ability to function: registration, on-premises learning management systems and the usual suspects like directory services, email, print services, etc. Outages for any of these would bring a significant part of the educational institution to a halt.

In this book, we’ll show how to proactively develop your business continuity/disaster recovery (BCDR) plan, empowering IT to efficiently respond to a major loss of service (which we all generally refer to as the disaster) today, by:

  1. Defining the tiers of applications and services
  2. Having the required recovery time and point objectives (RTPO™) in place
  3. Creating lists of system dependencies
  4. Testing to ensure your plan is more than just a theory

Gain confidence in your BCDR plan so you know that when (not if) disaster strikes, that you can save the day!

Keeping an education system’s network environment running is complex and demanding, because education environments have the need to provide access to data and applications to faculty, staff and students — each with unique needs.

Think about it — nearly any loss of service will have a major impact on a school’s ability to function: registration, on-premises learning management systems and the usual suspects like directory services, email, print services, etc. Outages for any of these would bring a significant part of the educational institution to a halt.

In this book, we’ll show how to proactively develop your business continuity/disaster recovery (BCDR) plan, empowering IT to efficiently respond to a major loss of service (which we all generally refer to as the disaster) today, by:

  1. Defining the tiers of applications and services
  2. Having the required recovery time and point objectives (RTPO™) in place
  3. Creating lists of system dependencies
  4. Testing to ensure your plan is more than just a theory

Gain confidence in your BCDR plan so you know that when (not if) disaster strikes, that you can save the day!

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