Disaster Recovery Checklist

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In the event there is physical/environmental disaster that impacts our data center, after it is safe to enter, what are best practices in the aftermath to protect media and avoid further damage? Not kidding, our current plan says dry and throw diskettes in a drawer.
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There is no one size fits all for this.

Many links available on the web. Here is a link where you can download a template. https://searchdisasterrecovery.techtarget.com/feature/IT-disaster-recovery-DR-plan-template-A-free-download-and-guide

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  • CharlieBrowne
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  • SHGrade
    There is nothing in that template, which I had read, related to the specificity of this question except blank spots to document the damage assessment. I am looking for specific suggestions for protecting unaffected blades/racks/media from further damage during removal.
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  • ToddN2000
    You could contact the vendor rep and see if they have any recommendations for the proper way to handle the situation. Odds are they have had calls looking for help handing a disaster recovery of their equipment. They can most likely give you some tips or ideas to prevent one.
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