A disaster recovery plan for an organization should:
reduce the length of the recovery time and the cost of recovery.
increase the length of the recovery time and the cost of recovery.
reduce the duration of the recovery time and increase the cost of recovery.
affect neither the recovery time nor the cost of recovery.
One of the objectives of a disaster recovery plan is to reduce the duration and cost of recovering
from a disaster. A disaster recovery plan would increase the cost of operations before and after the
disaster occurs, but should reduce the time to return to normal operations and the cost that could
result from a disaster.