Business Continuity

Protect your business from disaster & data loss


Business Continuity

Business continuity is the ability of an organization to maintain essential functions during, as well as after, a disaster has occurred. Business continuity planning establishes risk management processes and procedures that aim to prevent interruptions to mission-critical services, and re-establish full function to the organization as quickly and smoothly as possible.

The most basic business continuity requirement is to keep essential functions up and running during a disaster and to recover with as little downtime as possible. A business continuity plan considers various unpredictable events, such as natural disasters, fires, disease outbreaks, cyber attacks and other external threats.

Business continuity is important for organizations of any size, but it may not be practical for any but the largest enterprises to maintain all functions for the duration of a disaster. According to many experts, the first step in business continuity planning is deciding which of an organization’s functions are essential and allocating the available budget accordingly. Once crucial components have been identified, failover mechanisms can be put in place.

I can assist you with implementing your business continuity plan.

Backup & Recovery

A business that fails to maintain a copy of its data is asking for trouble. It is extremely easy to lose data and all but impossible to rebuild that data if backups don’t exist. I can Implement a backup process for all your local servers and desktop

I can Implement a complete backup and recovery process for all your local servers and desktop PC’s. This can be backed up both locally and offsite to the cloud for redundancy.
You can manage the backups yourself, or I can provide this as a managed service, monitoring your daily backups to ensure they complete and dealing with any issues automatically.

In the case of hardware failure, backups can be restored to a replacement machine or even to a virtual machine, depending on the backup solution implemented.

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