As our culture becomes increasingly dependent on technology, it is essential to review your current systems before a crisis hits. The potential for disaster is real, and although the exact nature and timing of the disaster generally can’t be predicted, organizations can protect themselves by implementing a disaster recovery plan now. Listen now!
On May 27, Citrin Cooperman hosted a roundtable entitled “IT Systems – The Importance of a Disaster Recovery Plan and Proper Backup Systems” in the New York City office featuring Adam Reiss, partner and Not-For-Profit Practice Leader, and David J. Rosenbaum, principal, Citrin Cooperman Technology Consulting.
Listen to the podcast highlights or download the full podcast below.
How up-to-date does my information need to be?
How easy do you want it to be for your staff and constituents to be able to function during a disaster?
What if I use the cloud? Do I really need a backup plan?
Following a disaster what has to happen within 24 hours, one week, or even one month?
What’s the difference between Recovery Time Objective (RTO) and Recovery Point Objective (RPO)?
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For more information on Citrin Cooperman Technology Consulting, contact David J. Rosenbaum at 973-693-7000 or via email.
For more information on the Not-For-Profit Practice, contact Adam Reiss at 212-697-1000 or via email.