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Disaster Recovery Planning Model in Manufacturing Company Using Multi Criteria Decision Making

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The disaster recovery model has been considered as an appropriate solution in providing data backup if a disaster occurs especially in data center. However, selecting the required disaster recovery model based on functionality or usability, and the financial budget in manufacturing industry is not easy. It requires a method that can be used for technology selection. Top management has options for making decisions based on subjective assessments to select the appropriate disaster recovery model. An information systems typically support decision making process by offering the best alternative solutions. Multi Criteria Decision Making approach using Analytic Hierarchy Process method is proposed to support the decision support system.Results of this study are to provide a model of disaster recovery that can be chosen appropriately in accordance with desired criteria.
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Disaster Recovery; Multi Criteria Decision Making; Analytical Hierarchy Process

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