CHANNEL PARTNERS How ready is your clients disaster-recovery plan? Of those companies with a business-continuity plan, 43 percent do not test it annually.
Quest (Booth #1323 at the Channel Partners Conference & Expo) says in todays market a business needs to stay flexible to stay competitive. The cookie-cutter approach to Business Continuity/Disaster Recovery Planning (BCP/DR) may be a best practice for vendors, but not for their customers. Whats missing, the company says, is flexibility, and its something you wont find with a cookie-cutter approach.
Quest is offering its DR for the Day scheduled at no charge to you or your customer. A DR for the Day assessment can be conducted remotely or on-site.
The typical schedule includes an introduction with objectives; a tabletop test of documentation, processes and scenarios; improvements and recommendations; and a Q&A.
Compensation is $100 for a qualified, registered lead for a DR for the Day appointment, plus $200 once the DR for the Day appointment has been completed with the client.
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