Author: Leo Anthony Wrobel
Publisher: Artech House
Release Date: 2009
Addressing the vulnerabilities in today's critical infrastructure to natural disasters and terrorism, this practical book describes what you should be doing to protect your infrastructure before the unthinkable happens. You learn how to maintain command and control in any disaster, and how to predict the probability of those disasters. Written by two highly regarded experts in the field, this one-of-a-kind book shows you how to simplify risk assessments and emergency response procedures to disasters affecting our critical national and local infrastructure.
Author: Jon William Toigo
Publisher: Prentice Hall
Release Date: 2000
This guide to implementing world-class disaster recovery without paying for expensive consultants or proprietary methodologies offers expert techniques, strategies and insight that any company can implement. The book covers all areas of disaster recovery planning in today's complex, distributed environments, reflecting the latest technologies in data storage, networks, server systems, and the Internet.
Author: Peter H. Gregory
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
Release Date: 2011-03-03
If you have a business or a nonprofit organization, or if you’re the one responsible for information systems at such an operation, you know that disaster recovery planning is pretty vital. But it’s easy to put it off. After all, where do you start? IT Disaster Recovery Planning For Dummies shows you how to get started by creating a safety net while you work out the details of your major plan. The right plan will get your business back on track quickly, whether you're hit by a tornado or a disgruntled employee with super hacking powers. Here's how to assess the situation, develop both short-term and long-term plans, and keep your plans updated. This easy-to-understand guide will help you Prepare your systems, processes, and people for an organized response to disaster when it strikes Identify critical IT systems and develop a long-range strategy Select and train your disaster recovery team Conduct a Business Impact Analysis Determine risks to your business from natural or human-made causes Get management support Create appropriate plan documents Test your plan Some disasters get coverage on CNN, and some just create headaches for the affected organization. With IT Disaster Recovery Planning For Dummies, you’ll be prepared for anything from hackers to hurricanes!
This book is your most complete source for in-depth information about Microsoft Operations Manager 2005! Microsoft Operations Manager 2005 Unleashedprovides a comprehensive guide to Microsoft Operations Manager (MOM) 2005. MOM is a tool that helps implement operations management, but it is not a piece of software that you can simply install and instantly have working. This book provides reference material that will guide you through the steps to design, deploy, and configure MOM within your environment. You learn how to tune your MOM environment and tackle common challenges, such as managing your Microsoft operating systems, directory services, messaging platforms, and databases. Inside you will find comprehensive information on how to develop your own reports and management packs for your MOM environment as well as practical real-world examples, based on hands-on MOM experience. · Plan your MOM deployment · Architect MOM for performance, redundancy, and security · Install or upgrade to MOM 2005 · Back up important MOM components · Implement, troubleshoot, deploy, and manage management packs · Work with rules and tune them · Manage different aspects of your environment, including the Windows operating system, directory services, Exchange email, and SQL Server · Extend MOM using connectors and third-party management packs · Develop management packs, reports, and scripts · Prepare for the next version of Operations Manager CD–ROM includes · Microsoft’s MOM 2005 Resource Kit and MOM 2005 Sizer · MOM Agent Monitor · Management packs and scripts written or customized for this book · Live Links—more than 100 (clickable) hypertext links and references to materials and sites related to Operations Manager Contents About the Authors xxi Acknowledgments xxiii Introduction 1 Part I Operations Management Overview and Concepts Chapter 1 Operations Management Basics 7 Chapter 2 What’s New 41 Chapter 3 How Does It Work? 57 Part II Planning and Installation Chapter 4 Planning Your MOM Deployment 99 Chapter 5 Planning Complex Configurations 151 Chapter 6 Installing MOM 2005 173 Chapter 7 Upgrading to MOM 2005 211 Part III Deploying MOM Chapter 8 Post-Installation Tasks 237 Chapter 9 Installing and Configuring Agents 267 Chapter 10 Complex and High Performance Configurations 297 Chapter 11 Securing MOM 329 Part IV Administering MOM Chapter 12 Backup and Recovery 365 Chapter 13 Administering Management Packs 395 Chapter 14 Monitoring with MOM 423 Part V Managing with MOM Chapter 15 Managing the Operating System 487 Chapter 16 Managing Directory Services 527 Chapter 17 Managing Microsoft Messaging 565 Chapter 18 Database Management 595 Part VI Moving Beyond MOM 2005 Chapter 19 Interoperability 625 Chapter 20 Developing Management Packs 661 Chapter 21 Using and Developing Reports 719 Chapter 22 Using and Developing Scripts 777 Chapter 23 Touring Operations Manager 2007 825 Part VII Appendixes Appendix A MOM Internals 865 Appendix B Registry Settings 887 Appendix C Performance Counters 895 Appendix D Database Views 901 Appendix E Reference URLs 907 Appendix F On the CD 917 Index 919
Author: Dr. Maurice A. Ramirez, DO
Release Date: 2009-08-04
Ready for anything. Both natural and man-made disasters seem to occur with greater frequency. While these disasters can be devastating, the vast majority of casualties are caused by a lack of preparation. The Complete Idiot's Guide(r) to Disaster Preparedness teaches readers the right steps to prepare the home or office for a disaster, and about issues relating to insurance, evacuation plans, and building an emergency to-go pack. By an internationally acknowledged expert author Practical, comprehensive, hands-on advice applicable to most disasters Meets the demands of a vast and expanding market for this genre
Author: Doug Lowe
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
Release Date: 2005-09-30
Explains how to set up and use a computer network, including installing network hardware, configuring client computers, security, firewalls and virus protection, using FTP, wireless networking, and troubleshooting.
Author: Regis J. Bates
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Companies
Release Date: 1992
Addressing total disaster recovery planning, management, and the restoration process for telecommunications, this work covers the myriad of technologies currently available, why a disaster recovery plan is necessary, how to effectively sell it to management and how to put it all together.
CIOs, MIS, and DP managers, facilities managers, and all others concerned with Disaster Planning for computer and communications facilities will find this the most comprehensive and usable handbook ever done. Includes hundreds of forms, checklists, procedural guides for avoiding disaster, and, when unavoidable, recovering with the least difficulty.
The most extensive Exchange 2003 reference found on the market today from one of the world's leading Microsoft server experts, Rand Morimoto. Written from the ground up exclusively for Exchange 2003--not a revision of an Exchange 2000 book. Based on the author's experience implementing Exchange 2003 in heavy-use corporate environments since Beta release 1. Contains hard-to-find intermediate to advanced coverage far beyond the competition's typical installation and set-up how-to's including planning, migration, security, disaster recovery, and vast troubleshooting tips. A complete reference targeted at intermediate to advanced users for help in managing the complicated and business-critical matters of e-mail, message databases, and ever-increasing mobile and remote system access.