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Establishing operations in the recovery site is the first half of the work involved in disaster recovery (DR). After that, services and systems must be returned to primary site facilities to resume normal operations.  This research note discusses:

  • Bringing the primary site back to operational capability.
  • Transitioning systems, services and operations back to the primary site.
  • Updating the disaster recovery plan.

Little information exists to help DR planners restore services and operations at the organization’s primary site after a disaster.  Return home by implementing Info-Tech’s three phases for primary site restoration and resume normal operations.

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