Business Continuity & Disaster Recovery

Protect your data and provide the maximum continuity to operational activities

The statistics from the Business Continuity Institute report that, out of 100 organizations that were hit by a disaster, 45 will not recover and 30 will disappear within the next 2 years.

Business Continuity (BC) & Disaster Recovery (DR)

Does your company have the necessary processes in place to ensure the continuity of your business in case of a crisis or disaster? To avoid and mitigate continuity risks, we can assist you either by assessing existing continuity processes and plans in order to provide pragmatic recommendations for improvement, or by helping to develop and maintain a BC and DR Programme specified to your needs

Disaster might occur anytime, so we must be prepared. Depend on the size and nature of the business, we design a plan to minimize the disruption of disaster and keep our business remain competitive.

In the business world, the terms "business continuity" and "disaster recovery" seem self-explanatory. But there is some confusion between the two. Business continuity (BC) is, simply put, enabling a business to continue operations. Disaster recovery (DR) is just that: recovering from a disaster. It’s easy to see why many people use these terms interchangeably. Both are about not letting an event disrupt business operations for any longer than necessary. But it’s important to understand that BC and DR, while similar, are really two different things. Both are vital to businesses of all sizes. You cab find further info about the two terms in the post by Carilyn Booker on peak10 news page.

Why Disaster Recovery is important

50%

of companies have experienced business continuity problems

90%

of companies that do not have a Disaster Recovery plan do not survive the period following a critical event

65%

of outages are actually caused by non natural disasters.

61%

of companies have experienced outages due to hardware related problems

80%

of outages last longer than a day

$74.000

is the average cost per hour of downtime for SMEs

References:

Post by Mary Hiers on BackBox Blog

Infographic Post on Infrascale Blog

Essential Elements for your Business Continuity

Fully-functioning IT Systems

Safeguard the continuity of your business under any condition starting from a full and correct functioning of IT systems.

Maximunm Data Protection

Your data is continuously increasing and represents a real asset for your company - don’t forget to safeguard it.

Compliance with Regulations

Complying with all regulations is the first thing to do when dealing with data protection. Bear it in mind.

Focus on Security & Protection

The security of your business depends on data availability and the protection of information.

Valuable Services

It is possible to add value to your business thanks to Cloud Disaster Recovery, Big Data and Internet of Things services.

Ultra-Wideband

Enabling infrastructures at the service of ultra-wideband connectivity.

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