We help you develope the plan that defines how long the recovery time after a disaster, security incident or data breach will take.
Restoring data and normal business operations after an outage or interruption can be choatic..... for some other company, not yours, because you worked with us to develope and test a realistic Disaster Recovery Plan. We show you how to get back to work.
An effective Disaster Recovery Plan has several key components that provide the data needed to formulate a solid DRP.
Business Impact Ananysis (BIA) and Risk Assessments (RA) help identify what threats you're facing and well as performing a comprehensive inventory of hardware, applications, suppliers and company personnel.
Everyone wishes disasters or incidents could be overcome in an instant but sometimes that isn't possible due to the costs associated with recovery hardware or the severity of the interruption.
When working with Small-to-Medium sized business who don't have endless funding budgets, we help determine what safeguards can be implemented to minimize costs while maximizing recovery and buisness service restoration.
A cost-benefit analysis that is customized for your organization will dictate which disaster recovery measures are implemented because your organization can’t afford the loss of data and critical services needed to operate your business effective.
Service interruption prevention or Disaster Recovery solutions we recommend and install:
The eight phases are the following: Assemble the plan, Identify scope, appoint emergency contacts, designate Disaster Recovery Team, assign roles & responsibilities, data & backups location, restore technology functionality, testing & maintenance updates.