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OnBase Disaster Recovery Plan

A Disaster Recovery Plan is a strategic document that outlines your organization’s backup and recovery procedures for its OnBase solution. An OnBase Disaster Recovery Plan helps you prepare for unexpected outages by identifying and planning for issues surrounding data availability prior to a system failure.

Associated Certifications

This report is associated with the following certifications:

How do I complete and submit a Disaster Recovery plan?

Download the Disaster Recovery Plan guide and complete both sections, futher instructions for completion are provided in the report template. When you have completed your report, email it to training@onbase.com

Which OnBase Certifications require a Disaster Recovery plan?

A Disaster Recovery plan is required only for the OnBase Certified Advanced System Administrator (OCASA) certification.

Should I save a copy of my Disaster Recovery plan?

Absolutely! One of the benefits of creating this document is that you will have this information available at your fingertips in case of an emergency.

Who needs to complete a Disaster Recovery plan?

Completing the plan is meant to be a collaborative process; any member of your team who works with your OnBase solution should contribute to the plan. However, each team member must submit his/her own copy of the plan for certification purposes.

Who should have access to the Disaster Recovery plan?

Any member of your team who administers or maintains your OnBase solution should have access to the plan.

Why should I share my Disaster Recovery plan with Hyland Software?

We share your plan with Technical Support for diagnostic and troubleshooting purposes. We value your security and will not share your information outside of Hyland Software.

Additional Questions?

If you have any further questions, send us an e-mail at training@onbase.com.