Protect Your Business with a Sound Disaster Recovery Strategy

Any type of interruption to your business could impact your bottom line

Disaster Recovery & Data Protection

According to the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), 40 percent of businesses never reopen after a disaster. 25 percent of businesses that do stay afloat still close their doors within a year.

Disasters or business disruptions happen more frequently than you might think. It’s not only hurricanes, floods, fires, tornadoes, earthquakes, or mudslides. Human errors, power outages, machine failures, ransomware attacks, computer viruses, and accidents can also bring your business operations to a halt.

Successful disaster recovery solutions require proper preparation and maintenance. We have the expertise and proven methodologies to identify your critical systems and prepare you with a working, tested, and current disaster recovery plan.

Effective Disaster Recovery Solutions Need Thorough Planning

To create an effective disaster recovery plan, you need sound planning around business needs, sufficient resources, and regular testing and updating.

As part of our disaster recovery design and auditing services, we thoroughly evaluate your current architecture and:

  • Interview key personnel in your organization to identify your business priorities, needs, and constraints
  • Pinpoint single points of failure and any internal or external interdependencies
  • Identify potential threats to your business—ranging from environmental conditions to malicious individuals

We also provide a detailed set of policies and procedures including periodic reviews of your technology, processes, resources, and tools to help you keep your disaster recovery plan up to date.

Let Our Experts Do the Planning for You

We help you make informed decisions while identifying your best backup and recovery solutions. Today you have many low-cost disaster recovery options.

For example, some businesses are opting for cloud computing based disaster recovery solutions. The usage-based model of cloud services makes disaster recovery as a service (DRaaS) a more cost-effective choice. It reduces the need for data center space, IT infrastructure, and the resources needed to support them.

Together, we can develop a plan with detailed requirements and recommendations to make sure your business can survive an unexpected event.

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