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A Business continuity and Disaster Recovery Plan is about making sure your company can quickly become operational after a systems failure, natural disaster, breach, or other interruption. A simple way of putting it is do you have a plan of what is required to get your doors open and your employees productive after a catastrophic event.
It is important to understand and separate basic data protection from Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery planning. Most companies have some type of backup in place to provide basic data protection. When data is lost in isolated situations, such as a hard drive failure, lost device or virus, your local or cloud backup provides a reactive way to rapidly restore your data. Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery provides a proactive plan to reduce your risk in a disaster recovery scenario and shorten your time to get back to business as usual. If you don’t currently have a Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery plan you should really think about creating one. Here are some things you should consider:
Remember, it is fundamental to your plan to understand your risks, tailor your plans to meet your needs and make sure your infrastructure is up to date and supported. If you are interested in finding out more about creating a business continuity and disaster recovery plan for your business we can help.
Published on 4th May 2015 by Jeanne DeWitt.