Business Continuity & Disaster Recovery
& Disaster Recovery
Benefits Of a plan
Natural disasters, system failures, theft, and other misfortunes can occur at any time. Being prepared with a detailed business continuity plan gives your organization many advantages, allowing you to have the upper hand in unfortunate situations.
A documented strategy could save you a lot of time and money. It will also assist us to ensure your safety and security regardless of what happens.
A tested plan with appropriate software specialized for data backups and recovery prevents data loss. Depending on your organization, you may handle highly sensitive information that should be easily accessible and guarded, or perhaps you rely on your electronic files.
We make your data accessible as soon as possible and save it from becoming lost so you can return to work quickly and efficiently.
Downtime from a disaster can cost you a lot depending on your business size. Not only is it monetarily expensive, but you may spend hours or days attempting to revive your organization. A business continuity plan prevents these problems by reducing downtime.
With this plan, you will not have to figure out what to do after a disaster – we will already know. Therefore, you will save substantial time and resources.
Depending on your industry, you may have compliance requirements regardless of what happens. However, emergencies can inhibit your ability to stay compliant.
In your business continuity plan, we will detail the methods and tools you can use to remain compliant.
What is a Business Continuity Plan?
A business continuity plan (BCP) provides a detailed guide of how to prevent and recover from disasters. Each plan will differ as companies have different operations and infrastructure, but all business continuity plans have the same goal.
The purpose of a business continuity plan is to minimize cost, data loss, and downtime so you can return to normal business operations as soon as possible.
What does it involve?
Backups are our first step. Depending on the machine, we recommend daily cloud backups in addition to local backups.
We then create a disaster recovery plan (DRP). This step-by-step guide lists detailed processes for any data recovery process, including:
- Possible scenarios
- Immediate responses
- Asset priorities and information
- Points of contact
- Delegated tasks during and after an emergency