Difference between revisions of "Guidance Notes-DR-AIA"

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* [[Part_2:_Impact_Area_Of_Business_Functions_DR|Part 2: Impact Area of Business Functions DR AIA]]  
 
* [[Part_2:_Impact_Area_Of_Business_Functions_DR|Part 2: Impact Area of Business Functions DR AIA]]  
 
* [[Part_3:_Impact_Over_Time_of_Business_Functions_DR| Part 3: Impact Over Time Of Business Functions DR]]  
 
* [[Part_3:_Impact_Over_Time_of_Business_Functions_DR| Part 3: Impact Over Time Of Business Functions DR]]  
** Note: This Part is most relevant to the IT DR Professionals
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** '''Note''': This Part is most relevant to the IT DR Professionals
 
* [[Part_4:_Supporting_IT_Systems_and_Applications_DR| Part 4: Supporting IT Systems and Applications DR]]  
 
* [[Part_4:_Supporting_IT_Systems_and_Applications_DR| Part 4: Supporting IT Systems and Applications DR]]  
 
* [[Part 5: Inter-dependencies DR| Part 5: Inter-dependencies DR]]  
 
* [[Part 5: Inter-dependencies DR| Part 5: Inter-dependencies DR]]  

Latest revision as of 04:43, 31 January 2021

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Application Immpact Methodology

When implementing the Application Impact Analysis (AIA), it is important to note that the current technique is to approach from a business perspective.

The traditional AIA approach is to list all the application systems and to prioritise them based on the business units' feedback on its criticality. The recommended approach is to work with the Business Continuity Management team and to have access to the Busines Impact Analysis or BIA report. The prioritisation can then be driven by the approved BIA findings which depict the actual and agreed criticality of the application based on the prioritisation of the critical business functions.

As part of the Business Impact Analysis (BIA) phase, one method of gathering the necessary data for the analysis of an organization's critical business functions is the used of a Business Impact Analysis Questionnaires (BIAQ).

Guidance Notes to Complete the Business Impact Analysis Template

Content of BIA (AIA) Questionnaires


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