Disaster Recovery

Technical problems are familiar to everyone, but true “Disasters”, that can cripple your business, do occur.

A plan for backup and restoration is essential – given the impact of critical loss can be catastrophic.

Lack of an effective Disaster Recover Plan, in these and similar situations, is one of the top causes of catastrophic business failure – but for larger companies, even when able to recover, easily increases loss and recovery costs exponentially – by percentages in the thousands…or more.

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    Disasters are classified as anything that will bring critical operations to a partial or total stop – and given the variety of these possible events, the requirement of a Disaster Recovery Plan becomes largely apparent.

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    Can Cause Dramatic Impacts

    Without a Disaster Recovery Plan, several facets of your recovery will undoubtedly cost exponentially more time, money, and loss – but some essential aspects may even be impossible to recover at all, turning already heavy losses, into catastrophe.

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    Concepts Involved in Recovery

    An effective Disaster Recovery Plan facilitates both Preparation and Prevention, and creates an ongoing cooperative nature between the two. Each facet, by itself, is certainly a positive – however with several tenets overlapping between the two – they combine for a true formula for survival, in any disastrous event.

Disasters
Fires Destructive Weather Plumbing or Electrical Robbery or Theft Vandalism Sabotage Viruses & Malware Security Breaches
Impacts
Total Downtime Customer Frustration Loss of Essential Revenue Loss of Information Information Rebuild Time/Ability Loss of System Configurations System Rebuild Time/Ability Loss of Staff
Concepts
Data Backup (Click Here) Network Security (Click Here) Maintenance (Click Here) Detailed Inventory Docs Detailed Systems Docs Detailed Configuration Docs Detailed Account Docs Detailed Business Assessment

Organizations cannot always avoid disasters, but with careful planning, the impacts can be minimized.

The primary objectives of a Disaster Recovery Plan, are to minimize both Data Loss and Downtime – after events where operations and/or information services are rendered partially or completely unusable.

Some operations cannot tolerate any downtime – and while there are more expensive solutions larger companies afford – there are also solutions available for small to medium sized businesses with critical business applications and data to protect.

Objectives, priorities, and strategies should be developed to restore time-sensitive resources in time to meet operational needs. The recovery time for IT resources should match the recovery time objectives for the operations that depend on those IT resources.

IT Products

While any task performed, any software serviced, or any equipment implemented, can be considered "I.T. Products" - we have packaged several solutions into 'Bundles' for simplicity.

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Tech Training

Tech training for our Clients' Users, our Clients' Customers, and even our Clients' I.T. Staff (performed by our Specialist Teams). Classes, Webinars, Videos, Documentation, and even CBT's. At our Offices, on Clients' Sites, Remote, and Online - for any size class, or target group.

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Disaster Recovery

Technical problems are familiar to everyone, but true “Disasters”, that can cripple your business, do occur.

A plan for backup and restoration is essential – given the impact of critical loss can be catastrophic.

Lack of an effective Disaster Recover Plan, in these and similar situations, is one of the top causes of catastrophic business failure – but for larger companies, even when able to recover, easily increases loss and recovery costs exponentially – by percentages in the thousands…or more.

  • Connector.

    Disasters are classified as anything that will bring critical operations to a partial or total stop – and given the variety of these possible events, the requirement of a Disaster Recovery Plan becomes largely apparent.

  • Connector.

    Can Cause Dramatic Impacts

    Without a Disaster Recovery Plan, several facets of your recovery will undoubtedly cost exponentially more time, money, and loss – but some essential aspects may even be impossible to recover at all, turning already heavy losses, into catastrophe.

  • Connector.

    Concepts Involved in Recovery

    An effective Disaster Recovery Plan facilitates both Preparation and Prevention, and creates an ongoing cooperative nature between the two. Each facet, by itself, is certainly a positive – however with several tenets overlapping between the two – they combine for a true formula for survival, in any disastrous event.

Disasters
Fires Destructive Weather Plumbing or Electrical Robbery or Theft Vandalism Sabotage Viruses & Malware Security Breaches
Impacts
Total Downtime Customer Frustration Loss of Essential Revenue Loss of Information Information Rebuild Time/Ability Loss of System Configurations System Rebuild Time/Ability Loss of Staff
Concepts
Data Backup (Click Here) Network Security (Click Here) Maintenance (Click Here) Detailed Inventory Docs Detailed Systems Docs Detailed Configuration Docs Detailed Account Docs Detailed Business Assessment

Organizations cannot always avoid disasters, but with careful planning, the impacts can be minimized.

The primary objectives of a Disaster Recovery Plan, are to minimize both Data Loss and Downtime – after events where operations and/or information services are rendered partially or completely unusable.

Some operations cannot tolerate any downtime – and while there are more expensive solutions larger companies afford – there are also solutions available for small to medium sized businesses with critical business applications and data to protect.

Objectives, priorities, and strategies should be developed to restore time-sensitive resources in time to meet operational needs. The recovery time for IT resources should match the recovery time objectives for the operations that depend on those IT resources.

IT Products

While any task performed, any software serviced, or any equipment implemented, can be considered "I.T. Products" - we have packaged several solutions into 'Bundles' for simplicity.

READ MORE

Tech Training

Tech training for our Clients' Users, our Clients' Customers, and even our Clients' I.T. Staff (performed by our Specialist Teams). Classes, Webinars, Videos, Documentation, and even CBT's. At our Offices, on Clients' Sites, Remote, and Online - for any size class, or target group.

READ MORE