Thursday, 14 December 2017
A DISASTER recovery plan has been put in place by Henley Town Council for its IT services.
It will spend £2,672 on software from Infrascale to protect information on the computers at the town hall if its server was destroyed or failed. It will also provide protection from cybercrime and ransomware.
There will also be an annual charge of £3,144 for the service.
The plan was drawn up by Councillor Ian Reissmann and council accountant Liz Jones.
Cllr Reissmann if there was a catastrophic failure at the town hall it would take only a few hours for services to be up and running again compared with up to a month at present.
The plan was approved unanimously by councillors on Tuesday.
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