Records Management for Disaster Recovery eBook Download
A quick reference guide to disaster recovery.
Disasters happen. When, where, how, how destructive – these are all impossible to predict. And because the impact of any
disaster is impossible to predict, organizations must account for records management in all of their disaster recovery planning.
About Iron Mountain
Iron Mountain is the global leader in storage and information management services. Founded in 1951, the Company services more than 220,000 customers throughout the United States, Canada, Europe, Latin America, Asia Pacific and Africa.
For professionals responsible for records and information management (RIM), the process of building a business case for records management in disaster recovery often comes down to risk assessment and risk management: What will it cost the company to protect, maintain and recover official records versus what are the potential costs of losing official records in a disaster.
To understand these issues clearly and articulate them for corporate management, RIM professionals must understand and analyze the key components of building a business case for records management in disaster recovery, particularly: