Disaster Recovery and Business Continuity
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Why Is A Disaster Recovery Plan So Important?
Unfortunately, none of us are immune to hard disk or internet connection failures. These can be caused by an innumerable amount of things. In order to keep your business going with as little downtime as possible, it’s imperative that you eliminate any single point of failure in your IT infrastructure. Having a disaster recovery plan that does this is the only way to ensure that a hardware failure, natural disaster, human error, or cyber attack doesn’t interrupt your service or cause data loss.
In a world of so many unknowns and might-happens, it’s mandatory that we protect ourselves and our assets from circumstances that have the capacity to ruin everything or cause major life setbacks.
On average, over 40% of businesses that do not have a Disaster Recovery Plan go out of business after a major loss like a fire, a break-in, a storm, or sabotage. A good disaster recovery and business continuity plan greatly increases your chances of recovery.
40% of companies still do not have a documented disaster recovery plan, and over a quarter admit to rarely to never testing them. Yikes.
We probably all recall some recent storm damage that’s destroyed homes and business throughout an entire area. What they lose is tragic, and some things cannot be replaced – data loss doesn’t have to be among those things. We don’t consider it happening to us, but the reality is that it could happen to anyone at any time.
There is no reason a temporary setback should turn into a permanent failure – if you protect your organization before disaster strikes.
So What Do I Do About IT? Where Do I Start?
The first step is to create a Disaster Recovery and Business Continuity Plan. BizTek Connection can help you get started right away. We will put together a comprehensive plan for your entire organization, considering key components crucial to your recovery, and establish a formal process to be followed to restore your business continuity when a disaster occurs.
Your Disaster Recovery Plan will be a comprehensive, step-by-step process for you and your staff to follow, covering such items as contacting your local authorities and insurance carriers, re-establishing phone service, sourcing equipment, restoring data, and all essentials needed to restore your organization’s operational capability.
It’s Time To Get Serious About Protecting Your Investments Before It’s Too Late. Get Started With Your Free Consultation Today!