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I need to document a corporate-wide disaster recovery plan.
Does anybody know the types of info covered in such a plan? I know I need to
cover topics like "Tornado wipes out manufacturing plants, here's our plan",
"Bubonic plague keeps 3/4 work force at home, here's our plan" and "UPS goes on
strike, here's our plan." Do I lump disasters under major categories, such as
"Natural disaster recovery" "Personnel disaster recovery" "Vendor disaster
recovery" etc.? What categories am I missing?
Does anybody have templates or example plans they'd be willing to share (in
Do URLs to web sites that discuss disaster recovery plans exist? If so, what
are these URLs?