We are totally obsessed with business continuity and disaster recovery. We have seen on too many occasions that most businesses fail to take this seriously enough until the disaster happens.
When a disaster does happen it is extremely stressful for all parties involved. Your staff have nothing to do and your clients start to get impatient.
If your business doesn’t have a solid disaster recovery plan to ensure your business can continue to work, or you don’t have the confidence to know how that plan is going to be implemented, then we suggest that you need a bit of help to put all of this in place to rationalise your business continuity strategy.
It could be that simply having data backed up locally, offsite or in the cloud is the priority, yet for others having the business being able to continue to trade without experiencing any down time is most important.
In some cases, it is an external or internal legal and compliance factor that is forcing the issue of exposing and highlighting your business continuity and disaster recovery strategy.
Whatever the driver, Disaster Recovery and Business Continuity covers many different options and solutions. We are here to look at what you have, how it is used, what the goal is and then to make recommendations based on your priorities.