0: Business Impact Analysis
2: DRP for the Enterprise
3: Business Impact Analysis
4: Purpose of BIA
5: The BIA Process
6: Business Impact Analysis
7: Membership of BIA Team
8: Who Contributes to BIA
9: BIA Detailed and Local Knowledge
10: Business Impact Analysis
11: Gathering BIA Data
12: BIA Questionnaires
13: BIA Interviews
14: BIA Workshops
15: Business Impact Analysis
16: Business Perspective of BIA
17: IT Perspective of BIA
18: Recovery Plan Document
19: Business Impact Analysis
20: Application Categories
IT Perspective of BIA
From an IT perspective
Driven by the business perspective of must-have applications
What are the dependencies of the application?
Identifies supporting infrastructure of the critical business applications
What other applications are required for it to function?
What infrastructure (hardware, software, networking, etc.) does it require?
How soon must it be available and what is the acceptable restart position?
What volumes, timings, and user population are required in disaster mode?
Is there a backup regime appropriate to these needs?
Does the application support a staged/phased recover, or is it all or nothing?
How will we protect it during DR mode operation?
Document in the DR plan
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