by SunGard Availability Services
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Published on: August 29, 2012
Type of content: WHITE PAPER
Length: 8 pages
Disaster recovery (DR) planning is important for all companies, but for some, implementing that DR plan takes too much time, effort and cost. For those companies, the most feasible alternative is investing in a DR service provider (DRSP) who will take over DR operations.
How do you choose a DRSP, though? Do you know how to ensure you're signing on with a company that will provide high quality, expertise and reliability, and be able to meet service level agreements (SLAs)?
Use this 10-point checklist to learn what to look for in a DRSP. Read on for 10 keys of importance and the lowdown on identifying the business impact analysis of your DR plan.