I came up with a new presentation idea this morning, and I could use some feedback on this one.
Here's the scenario: your boss just gave you a new project: come up with a disaster recovery plan.
What's that? You have no idea what to do for disaster recovery?
This would be a beginner-level presentation. The target audience would be "accidental DR specialists" -- that is, someone who has a DR strategy project suddenly dropped in his/her lap. What should this person consider for a DR strategy? There are the obvious things: backup/restore, off-site storage, hardware, data integrity, application functionality, etc. There's also the not-so-obvious: documentation and other stuff.
Where I could use feedback is "other stuff." What should someone in this situation consider when coming up with a DR plan?
And, for that matter, what do people think of this presentation idea?