These problems can be caused by many factors including hardware and software failures, cyberattacks, human error, fire, flood and theft. It can also extend to external factors such as a disruption in the provision of utility services.
Business continuity considerations need to start with specifying your core products and services and the activities that surround these. These elements will be the priorities for recovery should issues arise. Once these have been identified, a disaster recovery plan has to be devised that will keep the business operational and allow for fast and effective recovery from problems.
Disaster recovery must be regarded as a crucial part of the business operation. It’s not enough to just develop a disaster recovery plan. It then needs to be tested, continuously reviewed and evolved to improve its effectiveness and to ensure it remains so as the business operation grows and changes.
If you haven’t thought about business continuity then we can help to ensure your business is protected and that you have a disaster recovery plan in place to aid business recovery should disruptions occur.
We can provide backup and recovery solutions to ensure your business is protected and critical operations maintained or resumed with minimal disruption should disaster occur.