Ensure your organization partners with business leaders to proactively identify strategic and tactical business continuity solutions and provides business continuation subject matter expertise for the enterprise, line of business or staff organization projects, processes and product initiatives.

More Uses of the Disaster Recovery Toolkit:

  • Ensure your organization establishes and maintains regular written and in person communications with your organizations executives, department heads, and end users regarding pertinent IT activities.
  • Control: partner with the lines of business, information technology, compliance and risk management, audit services, legal, and regulators to support business continuation based initiatives.
  • Manage work with appropriate IT Resources to delegate liaison duties between users, operations, and programming personnel in the areas of systems design, modifications or troubleshooting.
  • Systematize: implement and maintain a configuration management system to assure compliance and adherence to best practices, security policies and disaster recovery requirements for all systems.
  • Confirm your organization ensures that any services provided to the client are documented in case notes, enters other necessary data in the program tracking systems and maintains client files to meet all contract and program standards.
  • Provide input on sound governance processes, policies, procedures, and best practices that help keep all Disaster Recovery Program components aligned, current, relevant, actionable, and auditable.
  • Supervise: design and perform server and security audits, system backup procedures, and other recovery processes in accordance with your organizations disaster recovery and business continuity strategies.
  • Initiate: flexibility to work on a multitude of diverse projects, a positive attitude, willingness to mentor junior staff, and commitment to workplace health and safety are imperative.
  • Ensure your organization produces a detailed time line for each application release and implements effective project control by monitoring the progress of the software release and reporting the status.
  • Engage it leaders and key decision makers in considerations related to availability, agility, business value, costs, security management, disaster recovery, and the value of services and process in an enterprise environment.
  • Pilot: direct the development of and enforces organization operational policies and standards consistent with organization enterprise policies, standards, and strategic direction.
  • Manage the senior organization, site, and functional leaders in the business, formulate and deploy long term plans for acquiring and enabling efficient and cost effective IT systems that satisfy business requirements and goals.
  • Confirm your organization ensures identity management systems are highly available as part of the disaster recovery program along with the appropriate development, staging, quality assurance, and production environments.
  • Ensure you design major core data security products that work with replication, data high availability, and disaster recovery, Implement database techniques and features to support service scalability, performance and stability.
  • Identify root causes of recovery issues and ensure the development and execution of plans to mitigate the issues so that continuous improvement in the recovery program is achieved.

 

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