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Education environments are uniquely complex in their own certain ways. From every application- email, collaborative tools, class schedules and grades and everything in between - needs to be accessed by any type of client device imaginable.
Everything is critical here. All of this makes having a Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery plan crucial for the success of the educational institution.
Any loss of service will have a major impact on a school's ability to function:
- On-premise learning management systems
- Directory services, email, file and print services.
An outage of any of these would bring a big part of the educational institution to a screeching halt all of a sudden. These documents are very important in nature and their security cannot be compromised.
So now the question arises do you have a BCDR plan in place?
If you had to respond to a major loss of service i.e, a disaster, being prepared for it is very important. Before building a plan, it is important to know whether your plan covers the desired objectives and requirements.
Nowadays, IT is pulled in so many different ways that stopping to put a strategy or plan of any kind in place (for any strategic initiative, BCDR included) is tough. But the impact that downtime can have on an educational system is too severe to risk.
So it has become extremely important for us to form a BCDR plan to save educational institutions from any downtime.
Creating a BCDR plan can help curb down the effects of any disaster. This can also help us survive the downtime and continue our business without incurring any losses. With the help of our eBook, educational institutions can learn various ways in which they can continue their business intermittingly with the help of a successful BCDR plan which suits your business type.
Know more here.