You know disaster recovery planning is important. You also know you have about 200 other things to get done before 5 o'clock today that are critical to the success of your business.
The hardest part about creating a disaster recovery plan is not only knowing what to do first, but then also finding the time to sit down and work on it.
This is a checklist to get you started, helping your good intentions to become something you can actually use if an earthquake does strike.
This checklist has 10 simple steps that will help you know what to do to get you back up and running if an earthquake happens.