Disaster Recovery

 
New York Twin tower blast, Japan Tsunami, Earthquakes, Wars, Civil unrest, fire, flood, pandemic, strikes – these are some of the ‘known’ disasters that can possibly strike us. And then there is this entire category of ‘unknown’ disasters which we’ll come to know only after they strike us. So, do you have a ‘disaster recovery’ plan to counter such threats and safe-guard your business? If not, read on!

Disaster Recovery planning (DRP) is a subset of Business Continuity planning (BCP). Business Continuity Planning is a set of guidelines to counter one or more disasters, which is agreed by the Senior Management and key stakeholders in the organization. Disaster Recovery is the actual process to be used when disaster strikes, so as to recover data, hardware, software and your people.

Apart from valuable human lives, other major areas affected due to disaster are:

  • WAN Connectivity
  • Telephone lines
  • Applications (Email, Financial transactions, Customer Ordering & Delivery systems etc)

BCP or DCP helps you to:

  • Cut back on your losses when disaster strikes
  • Protect your brand image and reputation; your Insurance company recognizes you favorably
  • Comply with Corporate and Government regulations; Make your customers feel comfortable and increase lead conversion rates

Risks are typically rated based on:

  • Probability of Occurrence
  • Its Impact on your business

Typical steps involved in DCP are:

  • Analysis: Perform extensive analysis of your IT Assets
  • Planning: Identify various points of failures and develop the DR plan
  • Implementation & Testing: Setup DR Infrastructure and test to make sure it is disaster proof
  • Training: Identify key personnel and perform drills
  • Monitoring: Monitor changes to IT Assets and update the DR plan accordingly

SP Sysnet has been helping organizations of both small and large sizes to setup a high availability IT Infrastructure and Disaster Recovery plans. The DR solution design is of three types:

  • Data: Backup and Restore of your Data
  • Connectivity: Fail-over to a new connectivity line to get your operations up and running fast
  • Server: Fail-over to get your services up and running fast

Here are some of your peers whose disaster concerns we’ve put to rest.

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Disasters can never be predicted accurately. Your years of hard-work are at stake here.

 

 

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