This involves a set of policies, tools and procedures to enable the recovery or continuation of vital technology infrastructure and systems.
Disaster Recovery Planning is the factor that makes the critical difference between organizations that successfully manage any crisis with the least resources of cost and time. Loss of data could mean emails lost, accounting data lost, patient or client files lost, company records lost, client legal records or orders lost and so on
Common practices used by responsible organizations are a disaster recovery plan template. Templates help make the preparation process simpler and more straightforward and act as a reference manual and tailor made design for the organization.
We help businesses and especially new SME’s formulate a disaster recovery plan and prepare for any such eventuality if they ever occur.
Our specialist Disaster Recovery Consulting Team can help you devise a Disaster Recovery Plan so that you can have total piece of mind that your critical systems and processes are safe and can recover from any potential data loss situation by helping and assisting your organization on what you would do to help recover business functions should a disaster occur and set up a reliable and fall-back plan.Business Continuity
Along with a Disaster Recovery Plan, a Business Continuity Plan is the blueprint for how businesses plan to survive everything from local equipment failure to global disaster. For those who have made plans ahead and prepare for such possibilities they comparatively occur with minimal loss and disruption of productivity and revenue to a business.
As much as there are other options for financial recovery such as insurance claims, some things are not as easily replaceable due to their unique value such as data and other compromising information files.
Data-oriented Business Continuity Planning remains to be an indispensable component of business planning regardless of organization size. Smaller businesses in particular overlook those requirements in planning, technical and process requirements.
Organizations that take the time to implement disaster recovery plans ahead of time often maintain their day to day activities with little or no loss of data, loss of assets or lost business revenue and generally have a higher chance of survival and better placed for recovery.
The number one benefit of information technology is that it empowers people to do what they want to do. It lets people be creative. It lets people be productive. It lets people learn things they didn't think they could learn before, and so in a sense it is all about potential. Derrick Siri (Quality Assurance)