Disaster Response: Business As Usual: How AT&T deals with Natural Disasters

AT&T is one of the largest telecommunications providers in the USA, the AT&T Network Disaster Recovery (NDR) team was first established in the 1990s. There are currently 29 full-time staff members in the NDR team but a total of 100 people in the expanded emergency management team dealing with business continuity and emergency management.

This case study details the extensive reach and rigorous procedures that make up the Network Disaster Recovery plan of AT&T.

The report focuses on the work the AT&T Network Disaster Recovery (NDR) team.

GSMA, 2014

Business As Usual: How AT&T deals with Natural Disasters
http://www.gsma.com/mobilefordevelopment/business-as-usual-how-att-deals-with-natural-disasters

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