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Posted by Rachel Dines on October 15, 2012
I've been tackling an interesting challenge recently: how to define a mature business technology resiliency (aka disaster recovery) program. It's something I've been thinking about for years, but it was only a few months ago that I sat down to develop a concrete framework that enterprises could use to compare themselves to. Yes, I know there are existing frameworks for defining what maturity is for a business technology resiliency program, but in my model, I was trying to accomplish the following:
Below is a high-level look at the components I included in the maturity model. I also encourage you to check out the full report describing the model and its uses, as well as the Excel-based self-assessment tool.
I'm interested in your feedback on this: have I included the right components? How do you view maturity in this space? What other maturity models do you use to assess your business technology resiliency programs?
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