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A 10 page paper discussing disaster recovery, identical to the 9-page paper of the same name with the addition of cost information. The “best” approach is that which best meets the company’s needs. None of the plans chosen by any of the three companies discussed here would be appropriate for either of the other two. The most effective plan is one specific to the company’s needs and type of business. Bibliography lists 4 sources in 6 footnotes.
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it is in the process of converting all of its assets to cash in preparation for post-bankruptcy dissolution. See statement at http://www.comdisco.com/about.asp. Introduction
Disaster recovery is an issue to which large businesses often devote an entire department. In a small business, however, it is likely to go unheeded as owners strive
to complete merely their daily tasks. There are approaches from which small business can benefit, however. The purpose here is to assess the disaster recovery plans of three
small businesses. Small Business Needs For the purposes of this investigation, "small" business is defined as a business with fewer than 100 employees
active in any industry. A high percentage of small businesses have no disaster recovery strategies at all,1 largely because small business owners tend to believe they need to turn
to third parties to plan for disaster recovery effectively. Childs and Dietrich (2002) note that this is a common belief among small business owners, and that often it is
an erroneous one: Small companies often ask if they should outsource their IT services simply because they are "too small." Size does not matter here. Do not automatically
assume that a small company should outsource its IT services...2 The point that Childs and Dietrich (2002) seek to convey is that disaster
planning and recovery may be as simple as installing a RAID (redundant array of inexpensive disks) system. "You simply add a second hard disk and connect both the old
and the new drive to a RAID card, which is available at low cost,"3 meaning less than $200 per PC into which a RAID card is installed. The RAID