Business Continuity

Are You Ready to Face and Survive a Localized Disaster?

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Can You Predict the Future? – No? – Then Let’s Talk About Disaster Preparedness.

Nobody can predict the future.

That’s why you buy fire insurance, life insurance, flood insurance, travel insurance, etc.

But here’s the question.

Who is ensuring that you’ll have access to your firm’s process data, files, and customer information if your facility is negatively affected by a localized disaster?

What Kind of Disasters Can Steal Your Access to Data and IT Systems?

  • Flooding from broken water or sewer pipes
  • Extended Power Outage
  • Ransomware
  • Wind
  • Fire
  • Storm
  • Criminal Act / Vandalism
  • Hacker
  • Internal Issues – Disgruntled Employee Action

Any one of these could keep you from accessing your data-based workflow for hours or weeks, but you still have to keep working.

We have a solution.

It’s called Business Continuity Strategy.

What is Business Continuity Strategy?


Data Backup

Data Backup

Using offsite cloud backup


Secondary Location

Secondary Location

Planning to move your workflow to an unaffected facility


Virtualization

Virtualization

Replicating servers and workstations in the cloud


Utilization

Utilization

Getting set up quickly to work in another location

These are the basics, but there are a lot of moving parts that must be considered within a comprehensive Business Continuity Strategy. Our IT consultants would be happy to go through these in more detail with you.
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What Are the Advantages of Implementing a Business Continuity Strategy?

  • Confidence in your ability to weather whatever comes your way
  • Ability to meet client demands and deadlines
  • Capacity to keep employees working
  • Assurance that workflow, data, and proprietary information will not be lost
  • Continued flow of income from uninterrupted workflow

Is Business Continuity Strategy Always About Moving Workflow from One Facility to Another?

No, disasters come in all shapes and sizes. Our response to those varied disasters needs to be tailored to each event. It’s not always necessary to change locations. But whatever the appropriate response to the specific situation, you need to have the IT readiness to make the right choice for your business. We’ll give you that readiness capacity.