The pace of data center change is also changing disaster recovery. What once was a planned for and a well-documented process is now more of an ad hoc fire drill. When disaster strikes, IT scrambles to recover everything as fast as it can, but often there is no logical process to follow. Not planning for disaster, not documenting the process and not setting expectations in the form of service level agreements leads users to create their own expectations on recovery, which often have no basis in reality. In our latest ChalkTalk Video we discuss the importance of planning for disaster.