Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery
Would your business be able to function in the event of a disaster? Let Safe Network Solutions help you create a business continuity and disaster recovery plan.
According to FEMA (the Federal Emergency Management Agency), “Following a disaster, 90% of smaller companies fail within a year unless they can resume operations within 5 days.” If you don’t have a strong business continuity and disaster recovery plan, you’re putting your business at risk.
We see time and again IT companies focus on data backup for a business continuity and disaster recovery solution. The reality is a proper BCDR plan requires an office to evaluate more than the data backups. Where will you work if your building is damaged? How will you operate if power is out for a week? What if a key employee unexpectedly passes?
These incidents impact businesses regularly. Failing to plan is planning to fail.
Business Continuity Plan
Documenting business procedures, paper backup processes, and other workarounds is critical to ensuring your business is prepared for a disaster. By exploring, documenting, and practicing your Business Continuity Plan, you can be sure your business will continue to function. Safe Network Solutions can help work through our 50 page Business Continuity Plan.
Disaster Recovery focuses on the specific manner in which core support systems such as hardware, communications, and security measures, etc., are brought back to normal following a disaster.
Planning for Business Interruption
In Nashville, we are familiar with weather events like tornados and floods. In addition, businesses must prepare for fires, water leaks, hardware failures, security breaches, and illnesses and diseases. Safe Network Solutions can help ensure these scenarios are anticipated.
Interested in learning how IT Support from Safe Network Solutions can increase security, improve culture, and win new business? Schedule a consultation and learn about the powerful benefits of our Business Continuity & Disaster Recovery Planning today.