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  • Survey: CIOs lack confidence in their DR plans

    Despite the growing number of companies that say they have disaster recovery plans in place, many of those same executives say they have little confidence that those plans will be effective if tested. 

  • Disaster recovery plans for your data warehouse

    Data warehouses have become mission-critical systems that help executives make daily business decisions. In his monthly column, BI expert Wayne Eckerson offers advice on how to effectively protect your data warehouse from any type of disaster. 

  • CIOs slow to make telecommuting part of DR plan

    A growing number of midsized companies are enabling employees to work from home. There are tremendous cost savings: it helps to retain workers and boost productivity and morale. But the idea that a laptop and access to the VPN can save you millions d... 

  • Disaster recovery: Ad hoc and expensive

    Users at Gartner's storage show in Orlando admit that their disaster recovery plans are unrehearsed and too expensive. 

  • Want a better DR plan? Don't pitch it as DR

    Users from Boston-area companies exchanged ideas on how to make DR plans more palatable to management by pushing their business value. 

  • A level 5 disaster recovery plan

    CIO Aline Ward learned that a successful disaster recovery plan relies on people -- not just processes. 

  • New Orleans CIO: It was the wild, wild West

    New Orleans CIO Greg Meffert talks with SearchCIO.com about surviving Hurricane Katrina -- and trying to bring New Orleans back to life. 

  • Katrina: IT lessons in disaster recovery

    SCP Pool Corp. CIO Tim Babco is among those executives whose disaster recovery plan stayed one step ahead of Hurricane Katrina. 

  • Disaster recovery: Worst possible scenarios

    CIO John O'Brien survived an earthquake, and now he makes sure his DR plan can go the distance. 

  • Reduce risks of disaster recovery testing

    Untested business continuity plans can leave organizations in a lurch. But taking down live environments is risky and complicated. New software could ease the burden.