These documents give a practical plan to deal with most eventualities—from extreme weather conditions to terrorism, IT system failure, and staff sickness.
A Business impact analysis (BIA) differentiates critical (urgent) and non-critical (non-urgent) organization functions/activities.
A function may be considered critical if dictated by law.
Business continuity is defined as keeping the enterprise functional no matter where it is being executed, locally or remotely, and ensures that the enterprise functionality will be available to its customers and users at all times.
There are three components to business continuity: The SDSC currently acts as UC Berkeley's Disaster Recovery Hot Site (DRHS) in a situation when UC Berkeley's Data Center at Warren Hall becomes unavailable.
In the United Kingdom, resilience is implemented locally by the Local Resilience Forum.
In New Zealand, the Canterbury University Resilient Organisations programme developed an assessment tool for benchmarking the Resilience of Organisations.
Software and work process changes must be (re)documented and validated, including verification that documented work process recovery tasks and supporting disaster recovery infrastructure allow staff to recover within the predetermined recovery time objective.
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SDSC would continue to act as the DRHS until that time when the Warren Hall Data Center once again becomes functional.
UC Berkeley is set to fail-over to SDSC during any campus-wide disaster (e.g.