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Having a comprehensive disaster recovery plan is critical to managing your organization’s risk. Our disaster recovery services can help to mitigate any disaster that may affect your organization's business continuity. There are many disasters that can pop up without warning. We are sure you can think of many, like hurricanes, earthquakes, tornadoes, floods, fires, and unpredictable cyber- and domestic attacks. Because of the variety of disasters that can affect your business operations, you most likely have a disaster recovery (DR) plan in place. And if you don’t have one, you will want to create one immediately. IT DR plans are crucial for protecting your enterprise’s data, employees, and overall business.

The disaster recovery services we provide:

  • Examine both your organization’s needs as well as critical components to give you the best possible coverage and disaster recovery consulting.
  • Follow a comprehensive process designed to find any gaps in your existing plan.
  • Use thorough testing to ensure function of backup services and processes.
  • Guidance for disaster recovery and business continuity planning that will allow your organization to be able to continue operating in the face of disaster.

There is a lot of research, planning, and testing involved in making sure that your Disaster Recovery plan meets your business needs. You need to determine what your Recovery Time Objectives are so that your business doesn't suffer a damaging loss in productivity, identify who is in charge of getting systems back online and communicating with stakeholders, have a DR manual that can be referred to highlighting a clear process to follow, and more.

Business continuity planning (BCP) is the process involved in creating a system of prevention and recovery from potential threats to a company. The plan ensures that personnel and assets are protected and are able to function quickly in the event of a disaster. The BCP is generally conceived in advance and involves input from key stakeholders and personnel.

BCP involves defining any and all risks that can affect the company's operations, making it an important part of the organization's risk management strategy. Risks may include natural disasters—fire, flood, or weather-related events—and cyber attacks. Once the risks are identified, the plan should also include:

  • Determining how those risks will affect operations
  • Implementing safeguards and procedures to mitigate the risks
  • Testing procedures to ensure they work
  • Reviewing the process to make sure that it is up to date
  • BCPs are an important part of any business. Threats and disruptions mean a loss of revenue and higher costs, which leads to a drop in profitability. And businesses can't rely on insurance alone because it does not cover all the costs and the customers who move to the competition.

    Business continuity planning is typically meant to help a company continue operating in the event of major disasters such as fires. BCPs are different from a disaster recovery plan, which focuses on the recovery of a company's IT system once disaster occurred.

    Completing the analysis can help companies identify and prioritize the processes that have the most impact on the business' financial and operational functions. The point at which they must be recovered is generally known as the “recovery time objective.”

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    threats to a

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