Many businesses fail after experiencing a significant data loss, but disaster recovery plan can help. We offer expert disaster recovery planning to clients. Our advice and the systems we implement enable an organization to quickly resume operations following a disaster. We carefully consider two important measurements when creating a disaster recovery plan. Recovery point objective (RPO) is the maximum age of files that an organization must recover, in order to resume normal operations. Recovery time objective (RTO) is the maximum amount of time an organization has to recover files and resume normal operation. Using these measurements, we can tailor a reliable, cost effective solution to suit your requirements.

Every disaster recovery plan must incorporate a reliable, fast backup and recovery process. All mission critical files must be added to the backup set, and importantly, must remain there. Processes and systems should be put in place to prevent critical files from accumulating on local drives or devices that aren’t included in the backup routine. The frequency of backups must at least match your RPO, so if an organization has an RPO of 12 hours, a backup must be scheduled at least every 12 hours. The recovery process should be tested regularly to ensure it works, and it meets the RTO. If an organization has an RTO of 4 hours, recovery must happen within that time frame. We employ backup solutions to fit any business, including cost effective off site backups.

A detailed SLA is created to ensure requirements are documented, and our clients can rely on our experienced engineers to safeguard their data and get them back up and running quickly in the event of a disaster.


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