The most critical aspect of disaster recovery is being prepared before the disaster strikes. There is always some element of disruption in a disaster scenario, it is unavoidable, however DHS prides itself on being proactive, ensuring that there is a clearly laid plan to follow to keep such disruption at an absolute minimum.
In certain recovery scenarios, lost data can be accessed again within minutes, almost like it never happened. If your entire server goes down, we can reduce your recovery time from days to hours.
The second most critical aspect of disaster recovery is minimising the chance of it happening again.
The third is to once again ensure preparedness.