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International Journal of Academic Library and Information Science

Vol. 5(8), pp. 229233, November, 2017. 

ISSN: 2360-7858

DOI: 10.14662/IJALIS2017.037

 

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AN ASSESSMENT OF DISASTER RECOVERY PLANNING: A STRATEGY FOR DATA SECURITY

 

Evans Nyanyu Makwae1* and Getrude Nyambeki Nyarige2*

 

1Archivist iii Judicial Service commission (JSC) Kenya

E-mail:nyanyuevans@gmail.com/nyanyu2004@yahoo.com,  e-mail: evans.makwae@judiciary.go.ke

2Librarian, Kisii University, Kericho campus Kenya. E-mail:getrudenyarige@gmail.com

 

Accepted 12 October 2017

Abstract

 

The migration from centralized mainframe computers to distributed client/server systems has created a concern on data security. If a disaster occurs to an organization that destroys a server or the entire network, a company may not be able to recover from the loss. Developing an effective disaster recovery plan will help an organization protect them from data loss.

Keywords: Disaster recovery, Data security, Networks

 

Cite This Article As: Makwae EN, Nyarige GN (2017). AN ASSESSMENT OF DISASTER RECOVERY PLANNING: A STRATEGY FOR DATA SECURITY. Inter. J. Acad. Lib. Info. Sci. 5(8): 229-233

 

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