Disaster Recovery Needs Contingency Planning

April 12, 2018

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Disaster Recovery is an unsatisfactory exercise if it is organized after a disaster. Just a lot of advance planning and preparation can ensure that the company resume operations quickly after a major disaster.

What is disaster recovery?

The term “disaster recovery” is often used these days in the context of Information Technology. When you talk about a disaster in a business context, usually means the loss of records, data, hardware and software so that the trade have become serious or even impossible. Most commercial operations are so heavily dependent on information technology than without it, the operations can grind to a halt.

Disaster recovery is the process of obtaining the business operations of an operation after he was arrested because of a major information systems failure. The disaster may be the result of a natural disaster or a human action that had disastrous consequences.

How the Disaster Recovery Plan?

Identifying key company data and regular backups is a key element in planning for disaster recovery. Storing backup data in a different location makes it possible to recover data when a natural disaster destroys the equipment in the primary location.

However, it can still be corrupted data on the system (s) that was not backed up, and this must be quantified and a decision whether or not re-enter data manually or to try to recover as much relevant data as possible from the affected system.

The different location for the backup can be a sure third-party Web resources. The address can also be a backup to storage area networks in different locations to ensure the data is doubly protected.

You must regularly test the backup data is recoverable. Backup data can become irrecoverable for several reasons, including malpractice backup. The backup procedures should be subject to regular audit.

To minimize the chances of data loss is another important element of planning for disaster recovery. This is done through such precautions as:

* Ensure quality and continuity of energy supply through the use of protectors and UPS / backup generators

* Organize quick fire detection and user-friendly sprinkler installations

* Use antivirus and firewall software to prevent intrusions by malicious external entities

* Make the staff aware of the serious consequences of data loss and training in the precautions to be

The last element in the disaster recovery plan covers only that, disaster recovery. This plan lists the steps to be taken in the event of a disaster does not strike. For example:

* Inform staff about the problem and assigning them specific business and data recovery-related tasks

* Inform customers about the likely impact of the events and to indicate when to expect the resumption of operations

* Organize to restore data from backups, wherever they are

With the above type of planning, you will be prepared to recover quickly even after a major disaster.


In the current context, the disaster recovery typically recover half of information technology-related disasters, such as loss of data, files, hardware and software. Modern business is so heavily dependent on support that can come to a stop if the support is lost.

Disaster recovery must be planned far in advance. Backups off-site, measures to prevent data loss and specific action plans if a disaster strikes is an important element of a disaster recovery plan, but also prepared in accordance with the contract and rebuild a hard drive data recovery specialist is advised


  • The Black woman is God April 12, 2018 at 6:52 pm

    Religion is a sickness of the human mind

  • The Black woman is God April 12, 2018 at 6:52 pm

    I go by who cromozones are bigger

  • The Black woman is God April 12, 2018 at 6:52 pm

    Religion is bullshit and u know it. How u gonna talk about a place in the sky that nobody never seen. It's twenty eighteen wake up from religious nonsense.

  • elle ias April 12, 2018 at 6:52 pm

    I am very happy for what you do , and first i opened my eyes by watching DAVID WOODS , ANTHONY ROGERS ,SAM SHAMON etc and sherif gabon then THE MASKED ARAB linked me to you keep up the good work again and again THANK YOU

  • Yehia El Yamani April 12, 2018 at 6:52 pm

    I like to elaborate on the lapse to religion. The video points out to reflex compliance, reflex shame and reflex guilt as powerful manipulating tools used by religion. It is amazing how such means are used across various religions. I find it noteworthy that not only individuals get lapses while recovering from religion, but whole societies and communities may do that as well, sometimes with disastrous implications. In Islamic countries, in the wake of economic hardships, political setbacks or any form of crisis, you will find voices rising all over the country attributing these hardships to divine punishment for failure to comply to commandments of religion. Consequently, it becomes a demand to intensify the 'religious dose' in school curricula and tv broadcasts, to apply censorship to works of art in a trial to abolish decadence (and atheism), and most importantly to apply the kaliphate political model. Any steps painstakingly taken in the past by thinkers, leaders and writers toward freedom of thought, of speech, political reform, importance of education, or activities related to the arts in any form, any such steps get thwarted and blamed for the sad state of affairs prevailing in those poor countries! However, I am hopeful and confident that through the TT channel – and similar channels – the word of truth will reach the minds of people and dispel the evil hold of religion. PLEASE, carry on your "sacred" mission!

  • Bob Smith April 12, 2018 at 6:52 pm

    'Sin' is an imaginary disease, meant to sell you an imaginary cure.

  • MsDjessa April 12, 2018 at 6:52 pm

    28:54 So it wasn't a coincidence I was reminded of the Telenoid from that grey humanoid form you showed in the beginning. I'm fascinated by robots so I appreciate the example.

  • Gory Yogi April 12, 2018 at 6:52 pm

    Being stuck between is a choice, so pick a gODDamn side… 8)

  • Boaz Augusto Matos April 12, 2018 at 6:52 pm

    Really brilliant.

  • Robert Ayer April 12, 2018 at 6:52 pm

    okay so the first six and a half minutes has nothing to do with religion are healing from the Abuse and Mental torture of religion so I say f*** the stupid s*** I give it a thumbs down get to the point

  • D Mac April 12, 2018 at 6:52 pm

    why have I never had any of your videos come down my feed before? I am subbed to more than a few atheist channels and get many recommendations for similar channels/videos all the time and I just received a recommendation to this video today, whish I had have found you long ago….amazing talk and great presentation…consider me a new fan and sub…now off to check out more of your work

  • Hoops590 April 12, 2018 at 6:52 pm

    Christianity is in accord with reason
    you are a liar and going to hell clown

  • Susan McDonald April 12, 2018 at 6:52 pm

    psychobabble– it's as bad as an fundamentalist religion, sorry. Ethics/morals, I thank god every day that something evolved historically to intervene because human behavior can be violent, atrocious, & cruel cruelest perhaps to women, children & "others"! I am also glad that so many below are finding help through your videos, your work is helpful & providing for them a new basis for living (but with severe lackings), and I am supposing that you are a psychologist, it is overall, a very ahistorical, abiological, and logic-based approach the latter of which the ancient greeks thoroughly analyzed in their tragedies (Medea-emotion/sacrifice) & Jason (reasonable & logical, and what a clash that involved!), ancient examinations of all these issues & more, all long lost treasures as well, as the value of mythologies so errant for us not to study today! you fail to see any value?.

    And "recovering" means like drugs or alcohol or homosexuality or materialism, all the things that humans explored in the past & forever more! and the problem of evil? …thoroughly examined throughout history in philosophy and theology. human nature is full of emotional lapses & urges. religion seeks to control some of these urges so I get your psychological approach. and religions DO need reigning in as to their dictates! It is, nevertheless, the same old story of who gets the authority? science? psychology? but the battle between emotions (religion) & logic (reason) will always be a struggle; you can never explain these away ! or why historically & biologically does the human species seem to need a higher power in order to go on & prosper & survive & have explanations, (wrong as they often turn out to be!)? or why does evolution believe such qualities are inherently useful to higher-thinking creatures, yet you 'believe' like any faith that Reason alone will see us through!? I think the true answers are not in your psychobabble, which is useful in ways, but inconsiderate in other historical & theological ways. Modernity is not necessarily progress; technology is not necessarily progress. human nature has not changed & will not change in the last 5,000+ years to the foreseeable future, just the technology & stories change, and human species seem to need STORIES, lessons, ways to live…. Finding only fault & no value in ancient highly sophisticated philosophies & beliefs is THE biggest mistake in which you promote humans to now believe . Having said this, I do find the value in your helping people to seek their own knowledge not from extremist/fundamentalist characteristics of religion, but that there are knowledges to seek & draw from, and muddle our way through. I just disagree with your severe analyses, not so much your answers for suffering, troubled folks, but for the sophistry to convince people religion is useless & bad, totally. psychobabble as bad as any fundamentalist religion.

  • Eric Von April 12, 2018 at 6:52 pm

    Great video

  • saved by grace through faith April 12, 2018 at 6:52 pm

    Thats because they never recieved grace. Its really that simple

  • Adrian Bingham April 12, 2018 at 6:52 pm

    I'm trying to recover from science and rational thought myself, it really isn't very easy to do you know. I've lapsed into full blown atheism on many occasion I must fight it!

  • David Fraser April 12, 2018 at 6:52 pm

    I feel sorry for you and any other child that is brainwashed from an early age.

  • Jerry Jones April 12, 2018 at 6:52 pm

    Thank you! 🙂

  • Nice Nasty April 12, 2018 at 6:52 pm

    Very thought provoking.
    You have a new subscriber. Hate feeling like I've been tricked most of my life, but I won't go to my grave a fool.

  • Hieronim Kubica April 12, 2018 at 6:52 pm

    This is such a quality content! I'm extremely happy that I found your channel! Probably gonna binge watch through your content, looking forward to your future work.

  • hereticmorte666 April 12, 2018 at 6:52 pm

    mate, your intro music is unsettling. nice video though.

  • Luminya M April 12, 2018 at 6:52 pm

    This is an excellent video, thank you. I was indoctrinated as a child and it is a curse.

  • Greg Letter April 12, 2018 at 6:52 pm

    If a god exists and it forces life forms to exist and suffer, then god is evil.

  • Greg Letter April 12, 2018 at 6:52 pm

    Here's the christian god.
    I'm going to give you the "free gift" of sacrificing myself to myself to save you from myself. And if you don't accept my "free gift" so I can forgive you for being the way that I created you, then I'm going to burn you alive forever for not accepting my "free gift".
    So take my "free gift" or else I'll hurt you.

    The god that Christians believe in is like the north Korean dictator. But worse !

    So as the story goes.
    Satan and a third of all the angels rebelled against god, and the other angels chose not to because they didn't want to be burned alive too.

    The things that Christians believe in are not only not proven to be true, but they're also unfair and straight up evil.

    If you believe in a god that you think burns people alive in a lake of fire and you condone this evil action, then you are evil, because to condone evil is to be evil.

  • NoriMori April 12, 2018 at 6:52 pm

    I don't always appreciate how fortunate I am that I wasn't raised with any religious beliefs. I know my grandmother was raised Protestant and went to church and Sunday school as a child; but she was never a religious person in my lifetime, and I'm not aware of any time period when she was. I'm not aware of whether my mom was raised with any religious beliefs, but she clearly didn't follow any religion by the time she had me. I was not raised with any belief system whatsoever; not even the hint or shadow of one. No church, no Sunday school, no prayers, no rituals, no crosses or other symbols, no allusions to heaven or hell or God or sin or anything. I don't know if my mom made a conscious decision to give me a secular upbringing, or if that's just how it happened. I didn't even have any awareness of religious ideas until my paternal grandmother took me to my first (and last) Sunday school class when I was fairly young (a decision my mother had not approved). When the teacher told us about God, Jesus, heaven, and the like, I was very confused, primarily because it seemed to me that if all this were both true and as important as she said, I would've heard about it from someone else already, like my mother, or my regular teachers. That made it pretty easy to decide that she probably didn't know what she was talking about, or was making it up, or inflating its importance; seeing no indication that it mattered, I went on my merry way and barely gave any of it a second thought. I should thank my mother sometime for not indoctrinating me or letting anyone else do so.

  • NoriMori April 12, 2018 at 6:52 pm

    Great to see a reference to an I, Robot story! I, Robot was the first Asimov work I ever read, so it will always hold a special place in my heart. And of course, I love the insightful analogy you draw. It's been a long time since I read Runaround , so I had forgotten about Speedy's contrition and shame. When you pointed out that Powell and Donovan acknowledge that it wasn't his fault, and it made me emotional, because I realized that from his perspective, Powell and Donovan's response would appear breathtakingly merciful and compassionate; to me, that fact is wonderful and awful at the same time.

  • SkeletalForce April 12, 2018 at 6:52 pm

    just started watching some of your videos good work you are doing here

  • dianantakis georgios April 12, 2018 at 6:52 pm

    My only objection is about the holy trinity. In Orthodox Christianity the three individuals of the trinity are different but deepdown same. Like the three sides of a coin(if 3sided coins existed lol). Besides that the video was PURE GOLD

  • Illuminati April 12, 2018 at 6:52 pm

    god loves you

  • J Ribs April 12, 2018 at 6:52 pm

    I don't have lapses, but I can tell the wiring causes me to have some theistic thoughts. Mostly, just feeling awful and judged for some arbitrary things. I never have any compulsion to be religious though.

  • Ponera Grimoire April 12, 2018 at 6:52 pm

    This video is no less than amazing, however, one mistake you made was saying that no specific religion is addressed in it, while in the video itself you described concepts that are only relevant to a singular, omnipotent, omniscient and omnipresent God, which most religions don't believe in. The Abrahamic religions, while the strongest religions today, are about the only religions who believe in all of these concepts. Most religions throughout history, many of them still existing today, believe in a God who isn't omnipotent, omniscient or omnipresent, sometimes one with a physical form and usually not described as perfect, as well as most religions believing in multiple gods, which sometimes conflict with each other. While the majority of humans in the world today believe in a God along the lines of what you described, saying that the specific religion is irrelevant will be a mistake.

  • TheZeroNeonix April 12, 2018 at 6:52 pm

    When I first doubted and privately renounced by religion, it was an emotional time in my life, and it wasn't permanent. I was scared back into belief by the idea that I'd stepped out of God's protection, and was vulnerable to Satan and his demons. A more meaningful change came a few years later, when my doubts were slowly reinforced by logic. The veil was torn down, and I could never go back. Yet, even now, there's something inside me that calls me back to my life of ignorance. When I was a believer, church was the one place I felt like I belonged. All of my friends were made in church. I could go there one or more times per week and see my friends on a consistent basis. Ironically, this was also one of the reasons I ended up becoming disillusioned. During my last years of faith, my parents forced me to change churches, stripping me of all of my social connections. The next church and the church after that did nothing but alienate me, due to their vastly different ideas, such as the belief in speaking in tongues, which didn't appeal to me as a rational person or a quiet introvert.

    The third church finally gave me some relief, and I was able to form a new social group. But then, major leaders started leaving the church for reasons unknown, and the programs they led were left in limbo. They were eventually replaced, but the new structure that they provided was much less personal, taking a more sit-and-listen approach rather than the interactive small-group structure that we had before. I was left feeling alone again. My belief that God had a plan for my life, that everything that happened had a purpose in building me up came crashing down. Even now, I still feel that desire for a sense of belonging and friendship reeling me back in, but I know that my brain would never allow me to believe in their unjustified claims any more. Even if I could make myself believe, what would I be giving up in the process? If only atheists had a social network similar to what Christianity provides.

  • SusurrusEntity April 12, 2018 at 6:52 pm

    I've been denying my doubts about religion since I was 13. Finally, at 21, I'm accepting them. I had a hard talk with my mother last night after months of her inquiring why I wasn't in church. She sobbed, and honestly my heart broke. I ended up agreeing to going to "appointments" with her pastor to chat.

    These videos are a great comfort to me. I've felt so alone in this, and this reminds me I'm far from the only one.

  • Some White Guy April 12, 2018 at 6:52 pm

    So we are just matter and energy then aren't we. There is no subjective morality outside of our cultural norms and values, evil and sin is non existent then isn't it! If morality is just a universal concept made up by the culture then this 'cultural morality' is subject to change given that cultures change their values over periods of time. This is exactly what the globalists want, they are the puppets pulling your puppet strings through manipulation of the media and bias towards anything considered conservative or traditional. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zOQ1jZOj_ho

    You must realize that your making people think that they are a god. In reality you remove God but replace God with New age philosophies and other types of spiritualism. The people who remove God from their life make up their own religion from a combination of other religions. So what is the point of this then? It's only opening the door to people believing in other religions isn't it! If you don't accept that there is one God, that's your right! God has given you a brain and if you can't see the evidence that we are created , that this world and universe is designed. Then your not using your intelligence

  • Peter Gunn April 12, 2018 at 6:52 pm

    At aged 8, my parents were asked to remove me from Sunday school because I was a disruptive influence and kept asking questions they didn't want to answer (couldn't?). Mom explained to me that church was just something we did for a more harmonious community, it wasn't meant to be taken literally, overall it made no real difference to anything at all. A compromise was met, I would get a bicycle if I played nice. It didn't last long as quiet Sunday streets proved to be a much greater lure for a new bike than going to church.
    Dad was sort of the churchie type but he was also considered borderline insane by most, and I think he was just into the organ music. This was the 60's and I was raised by "bohemians", hippies and a constant flow of "lodgers" from all walks of life, in a small conservative city in Australia, so we were already square pegs. No topic was taboo at the diner table and as I was much younger than the next of my 4 siblings, I would just take it all in. Of course the downside to the diner table was, any school friend I would invite over would be promptly told not to talk to me, when word got back to their parents of the discussions had by my family.
    However I was still indoctrinated to a degree, I had until my early 20's had a loose belief in the the "New Age" crap, as I hadn't realised the disconnect between thinking it was any more rational than a concept of god.
    BTW only just found your channel and seen a handful of your vids, but find it fascinating and an absolute pleasure to listen to, so far you have articulated my thoughts in a way impossible for me to do so.
    (also the graphics in this vid are brilliant in their simplicity) + 1

  • Kylie Satanic witch April 12, 2018 at 6:52 pm

    Thanks for the video. It was difficult for me having to forgo many "friends" when I leave Christianity. From the start I know it is futile to reason with them. So I quietly exit and stayed away for good. It has been 15 years and I found real joy and freedom away from religious hell and punishment threats.

  • John Taylor April 12, 2018 at 6:52 pm

    This is one of the most enjoyable, educational and understandable videos I've seen on You Tube. Huge thanks for this. I have learnt a lot.

  • Erick Nichols April 12, 2018 at 6:52 pm

    I just wanted to say… thank you. Thank you so much for making this. If I may, I'd like to give a little bit of context as to where I'm coming from right now. As of right now, I'm quickly becoming much more atheistic, after having spent my entire life prior to now being a Christian. I've come from what I would consider a good family, but nonetheless, a family that has indoctrinated me from birth. I love them regardless of that, but it still feels like a knife in my back. Though, I have to forgive them of this, because the same was done to nearly all of them as well.

    I wanted to thank you for making this video, as well as all of your others, because it's helped me to put a lot of my previous thoughts into perspective, and it's helped me to understand where I've come from and what's been happening in my mind this whole time. This video in particular has been extremely helpful.

    So in short, thank you for making this. It's been a gigantic help, and I have to say, I'm certainly a fan of your work. Much appreciated, and I'll be looking forward to watching more of your videos in the future.

  • Silent Witness April 12, 2018 at 6:52 pm

    Contact The Following:

    The Athiest Voice

    These two are knowledgeable in their own videos on the subjects at hand, and I favor them as I have come to favor yours.

    There are others out there who are and have left Religion and are trying to help others do the same who both need and want to as well but struggle to do so.

    Though I don't favor using the word "Athiest" because if allowed to go to it's own extremes, it could follow the same path as any Religion has gone that those claiming to be Athiests are trying to put to an end themselevs.

    I just stick with the simple term rather than a category or labeling:

    I just want to be Human…

    Learn to Improve in order to Overcome and Have Fun…

    However, as hard as these and other Athiests try, you're the best I've seen thus far in your own videos due to your own personal experience, and profession as a Psychologist from what you've mentioned.

    Contact them… Connect with them… They have many of their own connections and contacts that could benefit from you…

    May Humanity Rise…

  • George Steele April 12, 2018 at 6:52 pm

    I was watching this again, and I noticed the analogy you used between The Wizard of Oz and God.

    The story L. Frank Baum wrote can be interpreted as a lesson in self-sufficiency. The Lion wants courage, yet routinely conquers fear. The Scarecrow wants a brain, yet is cleverest of them all. The Woodman wants a heart, and is already the most caring. And Dorothy already has the means to get home right there on her feet. The Wizard, the savior, is a fraud; he was unnecessary all along.

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