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Business continuity and disaster recovery planning: The basics
In order to have a conscious response towards disasters, it is important to pay attention to the various aspects such as planning, execution, management and leadership. We will help you get well versed with the basics.
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Disaster recovery options for your business
We want you to know your options. We help you make the right choice for your organization.
A Disaster Protection and Recovery Planning Toolkit for the Business
Our toolkit provides all that you need to ensure your organization resurfaces smoothly.
Choosing the right disaster recovery for your business
If you want to learn more about the various disaster recovery options, our experts can make some recommendations.
Business continuity and disaster recovery guide
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To begin with, what does disaster recovery mean?
Disaster recovery refers to an organisation’s method that involves regaining functionality and access to its infrastructure of IT after uncontrollable events like natural disasters, business disruptions associated with the COVID-19 pandemic, or cyber-attack, etc. To tell about this in detail, disaster recovery is processed by recovering the lost data from another location where the data is all set to back up.
Disaster recovery means the set of policies, procedures, and tools used in recovering or continuing the technological infrastructure that is viral systems following the human-induced disaster or natural disaster.
Business continuity (BC) and disaster recovery (DR) support in letting an organization stay afloat after an adverse event. Under the existing conditions, business continuity and disaster recovery practices are more relevant than ever before. Small operations to large organizations are becoming increasingly dependent on digital technologies for revenue generation, supporting customers, and providing services.
Sometimes businesses are disrupted by causes we cannot control. Merely by water or fire damage all your precious data may be wiped out from your systems or servers. Ensure that your data, assets, and hardware are protected is just a part of the disaster recovery plan. The rest is about strategizing how quickly a company bounce back online and be operational again.
Rather than scrambling after a major storm, it is best to put a plan in place.
Here are the critical elements of a BCDR plan.