Disaster Recovery: Planning Ahead for the Unthinkable

Think about all of your nonprofit's assets, from the computers and servers around your office to the data you store on them. What would you do if something bad happened to them? DR COVER

Disaster can take many forms, from the natural (flood, fire, pandemic) to those caused by humans (theft, cyberattack). Disaster recovery means planning for the worst by increasing redundancy, working to eliminate single points of failure, and ensuring you have working backups.

This free article provides an overview of how to go about creating a plan to get your nonprofit back up and running in the event of the unthinkable.

Join us Thursday, May 12, from 11 AM-12 PM Eastern, for a FREE webinar on disaster recovery planning. Tech Impact Expert Trainer Joel Barker will walk you through the different types of potential disasters and guide you in developing a plan to get your organization back up and running as quickly and safely as possible.