In the remote work era, it's more important than ever to have a disaster recovery plan for your household infrastructure
Howard Fosdick writes in opensouce.com
"I've worked from home for years, and with the COVID-19 crisis, millions more have joined me. Teachers, accountants, librarians, stockbrokers. you name it, these workers now operate full or part time from their homes.
Even after the coronavirus crisis ends, many will continue working at home, at least part time. But what happens when the home worker's computer fails? Whether the device is a smartphone, tablet, laptop, or desktop - and whether the problem is hardware or software - the result might be missed workdays and lots of frustration..."
Business continuity, disaster recovery and resilience professionals have numerous IT standards they can reference for nearly every aspect of planning
"To ensure their business continuity and resilience efforts are best in class, organizations rely on standards -- both established and new.," writes Paul Kirvan
"Many standards for business continuity and disaster recovery (BCDR) have been updated in the past two to three years. They have also been joined by newer and more focused standards that expand the knowledge and standards base for BCDR professionals globally..."