Disaster recovery: Lessons learned from a volcano | IT Leadership | TechRepublic.com
Too much corporate disaster planning focuses on the scenario that triggers a disaster. What if there’s an earthquake? What if two terrorists attack an airplane? Three? What if… It’s obviously a time-consuming exercise to contemplate every single disaster scenario, and even the most imaginative group would likely miss some (a volcanic ash cloud from Iceland for instance). Rather than considering all the possible incidents, consider potential outcomes.