Every business needs backup and disaster recovery.
From simple human error to massive ransomware break-ins, there are undoubtedly hundreds of disruptions that can threaten your business’s productivity and reputation. Being proactive and having a Backup/Disaster Recovery Plan (BDR) as well as reliable IT support services to promote business continuity has the potential to keep you afloat when the water gets rough.
Do you know if your backups are actually working? Your BDR process should involve not only backing up all of your company’s data, including documents, applications, emails
Has your IT provider discussed terms like RPO and RTO with you? You should know how long it will take your provider to restore your business from backup. A good backup doesn’t do you any good if it will take a week to get your business up and running again.
Do you have a warm site and remote access to help with business continuity? Especially in times of natural disasters with power outages and displacements, these extra tools in your technology belt can mean the difference between 2-3 hours of downtime or 2-3 days of downtime.
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Planning For The Worst
Protecting Your Network
The imminent threat consisted of the loss of productivity for 82 staff members and the loss of business with hundreds of clients and constituents around the world. But this threat was averted, thanks to the plan FGI and Domain had put into place prior to Hurricane Sandy’s arrival.