Disaster Recovery Plan

Disaster is not inevitable, but that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t plan for it. Disaster recovery is the process, policies and procedures related to preparing for recovery or continuation after a natural or human-induced disaster.

Disaster recovery focuses on the IT or technology systems that support business functions. Let us help you make a plan so that if disaster ever comes, you’re ready for it.

Disaster Recovery Concepts

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As IT systems become increasingly critical to the operation of a company, the importance of ensuring the continued operation of those systems and their rapid recovery has increased.

When it comes to companies that suffer major loss of business data, 43% never reopen and 29% close within two years.

As a result, preparation for continuation or recovery of systems needs to be taken very seriously. This involves a significant investment of time and money with the aim to ensure minimal losses.

Control Measures

Control measures are steps or mechanisms that can reduce or eliminate various threats for organizations.

Preventive measures, Detective measures, and Corrective measures. We do it all.

Good disaster recovery plan measures dictate that these three types of controls be documented and tested regularly.


First, we learn your key processes which we map to the IT systems necessary to make them happen.

Disaster recovery points help guide the plan to completion.

Then, we’ll perform a cost-benefit analysis, which will help us determine the systems that need to be restored first and which can wait. This is vital for getting your operation up and running as quickly as possible.

  • Backups

  • Prevent, Detect, Correct

  • Natural and Man Made Disasters

  • Data Replication

  • Cloud Solution

  • High-Availability Systems

Related Technology

Disaster Planning

Increasing dependence on IT systems as well as increased awareness from large-scale disasters has led many companies to creating a disaster recovery plan. Shouldn’t you?