The cost of ongoing operations when a disaster recovery plan is in place, compared to not having a disaster recovery plan, will MOST likely:

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The cost of ongoing operations when a disaster recovery plan is in place, compared to not having
a disaster recovery plan, will MOST likely:

A.
increase.

B.
decrease.

C.
remain the same.

D.
be unpredictable.

Explanation:
Due to the additional cost of disaster recovery planning (DRP) measures, the cost of normal
operations for any organization will always increase after a DRP implementation, i.e., the cost of
normal operations during a nondisaster period will be morethan the cost of operations during a
nondisaster period when no disaster recovery plan was in place.

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