I have a question that relates to process documentation for disaster
recovery. Here's my scenario:
I have finally convinced someone in my company that changing the media
type of their records from paper to image is of benefit. I am preparing
a process for the conversion and storage of the imaged records in EMC
Documentum. I have permission to destroy said paper records after the
images have completed a QC process. Documentum is backed up
incrementally every evening by IT, and there is a full backup once a
week. Backup tapes are stored offsite in a secure facility. I know
that if something bad happens and the Documentum server goes down that
IT can restore it, but I don't know the nitty gritty details of such a
process. Now here's my question. Do I need to sit down with IT
personnel & hash out an actual process for DR recovery of these records
should the worst happen? Or can I rely on the fact that I know IT has
covered their bases with their own processes, and that is sufficient?
I would really appreciate hearing from any of you folks out there who
have any comments, or suggestions, thanks!
Tri-State Generation and Transmission Assoc. Inc.
1100 West 116th Avenue
Westminster, CO 80234
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