Business Continuity Planning for Data Centers and Systems: A Strategic Implementation Guide
|Rating||:||4.10 (798 Votes)|
|Number of Pages||:||206 Pages|
Focused on site selection for uptime-critical environ-ments, this timely book is an essential blueprint for companies' disaster recovery efforts and covers:Financial planning details that most disaster recovery guides do not provideThe cost of business interruptionsHistory of business outagesRecent acts, legislation, rules, and guidelines on disaster recoveryThe future of business continuity planningThis thoroughly practical guide reveals a proven methodology for implementing a realistic and cost-efficient business continuity plan that anticipates every possible disaster. Business Continuity Planning forData Centersand Systems is the primer that helps professionals make sure they have covered all the necessary bases in selecting a data center and disaster recovery site.Designed to help businesses pl
Praise for Business Continuity Planning for Data Centers and Systems: A Strategic Implementation Guide "Continuity is a primary business driver. He is a strategic leader in business continuity planning and has been an invaluable resource for site planning and network implementation. This book is a must-read for anyone in the business continuity arena." --Anthony J. A must for all professionals in the data center industry." --Peter Gross, Chief Executive Officer, EYP Mission Critical Facilities, Inc. He offers a macro perspective on a holistic set of data center issues, from site selection to de
Simply no excuse After reading Ron Bowman's Green Guide to PowerThe Green Guide to Power: Thinking Outside the Grid I was compelled to find any other texts this fresh author has written. There is no other author who could have written about cyberspace and continuity as a page turner that this turned out to be. A must read for anyone with enough responsibility to be curious about what our modern infrastructure really is, how it operates, and how it is planned. A. "No references for any assertions - Not really a Business Continuity Book" according to K. G. Duncan. I'm a senior technologist and read many books on IT assurance and systems continuity. This book has some interesting points and is written in an engaging style, but has lots of questionable assertions. Each chapter is really a short essay on specific elements related to data center build considerations. I do not consider this to be a business continuity book. The biggest challenge is that there is no supporting evidence or references for any of. "At Last" according to Tech Guy. A "How to" book for data centers. Bomwan tells in intersting process driven way to site data centers.Finally someone can explain why we site mission crital asstes away from certain risk areas and WHY.This book helps sort out the unlikely events from the likely and gets to the TCO values we are all working with.Energy, sales Tax,IT transmission, local and remote solutions are discussed and weighednice job!!
Ronald H. Bowman Jr. is the Executive Vice President of Tishman Technologies. He is a veteran real estate professional with over twenty years of expe-rience in directing leasing, consulting, construction, and management programs, both nationally and internationally. . As Executive Vice President, he assists corporate clients with their technology and data center, construction, business continuity, and mission-critical facilities needs,