10 Point Power Checklist Disaster Recovery and Business Continuity
10 point power checklist that adddresses the issues associated with power after an event that disrupts a network, availability of power to recover and run the network often is critical.
10 Point Power Checklist Disaster Recovery and Business Continuity needs to be incorporated into the disaster recovery – business continuity plan. The Disaster Recovery Business Continuity template contains many checklists and best practices to follow. The checklist includes:
Electricity, water, broken wires do not mix. Review all electrical and plumbing plans in detail.
Understand the minimum power requirements to be operational.
Have an adequate fuel supply to operate backup power sources. If the outage lasts for more than 30 days will the faciulity be ale to continue operations.
Set reasonable response times for standby generator.
Maintain your equipment and test it operations. Test at least once a quarter and review supplies on hand.
Understand your environment and geography.
Set up generators in an “open environment”. Carbon monoxide fumes can build up and poison people.
How to Guide for Cloud Processing and Outsourcing 2019 Version Released
How to Guide for Cloud Processing and Outsourcing 2019 Version Released with new fearures. It now is available in ePub format. The version is provided with the basic product.
As interest in cloud computing continues to gain momentum,there is increasing confusion about what cloud computing represents. Without a common, defined vocabulary and a standardized frame of reference, organizations cannot have a cogent discussion about cloud computing. The practical guide for cloud computing outsourcing addresses this challenge by providing a context for productive discussion and a structure for planning, both short and long term, for a successful implementation.
In a recent study, Janco identified the 5 major reasons why CIOs, and enterprises in general, are moving towards Cloud and Outsourcing as processing solutions.
Best practices for Cloud Processing include rules for successful ERP projects
Cloud based ERP,projects typically increase costs, take a long time to implement and require large and specialized staffs. Add to that the operational management needs to buy into the process. Needless to say the canned reporting that comes with the typical ERP system often does not meet the needs of management and users.
An Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) solution integrates and organizes an enterprises’ data into a single comprehensive platform. ERP systems enable organizations to integrate all business management functions: accounting and finance, human resources, manufacturing, supply chain management, project management, customer relationship management and more. Implementing an ERP system allows you to access the required information needed in real-time to make informed decisions, with the accuracy of precise data from across your organization.
With the emergence of a secure clouds, moving to a new ERP solution is not as high-risk an event as it once was. There are some critical benefits that make a cloud based ERP a solution that should be looked at:
Vendor packages are available
Metrics can be defined up front
The staffing requirements for scores of ERP specialists is significantly reduced
A cloud based solution eliminates the need for most of the on-site data center resources
There is much less of a requirement to “re-invent” the wheel
Business continuity objectives are more easily managed
Development and and implement cycles are reduced
With the cloud the ERP is more easily sized for both features and number of users supported
New technologies and equipment is more easily supported