Leveraging RTO & RPO Planning in Disaster Recovery
When making plans and examining costs for disaster recovery, starting with the recovery time objective, known as RTO, is critical to maintaining business continuity. The maximum length of time an organization
can wait after IT systems go down due to an outage, like a cyberattack, needs to be understood and documented before an actual disaster happens. It is also critical to document and understand the maximum amount of data loss a department within your company, or the company as a whole, is willing to accept to lose over a said period of time. This is known as the recovery point objective, or RPO.
Read this whitepaper to learn best practices and questions to ask when incorporating RTO & RPO into your disaster recovery planning.
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