Disaster recovery planning (DRP) for a company’s comput

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Disaster recovery planning (DRP) for a company’s computer system usually focuses on:

A.
operations turnover procedures.

B.
strategic long-range planning.

C.
the probability that a disaster will occur.

D.
alternative procedures to process transactions.

Explanation:
It is important that disaster recovery identifies alternative processes that can be put in place while
the system is not available.

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