BUSINESS CONTINUITY & DISASTER RECOVERY
Businesses understand the importance of providing service without interruption. Whether due to disaster or systems malfunction, critical operations must be delivered continuously. Simply put, preparedness is critical for responding to IT disaster.
Without an IT preparedness plan, your business is vulnerable. A large-scale disaster could have wide-ranging effects on the organization – including breach of data, data loss and/or system failure – all of which can cause a long-term negative impact on the business.
Business Continuity planning ensures you’re protected.
A continuity plan accounts for and prepares your business for unexpected IT disasters and provides a framework to ensure mission-critical tasks continue without interruption.
What Does Business Continuity Planning Include?
OneHop helps companies develop Business Continuity plans, or a comprehensive framework to be used in the event of a disaster.
During the initial planning and analysis, our experts review existing policy, management issues, and strategy to determine vulnerabilities and critical IT operations. Then, we develop a framework and turn-point cloud-based solution to eliminate downtime. An effective continuity plan:
Mitigates IT risks of natural disasters and accidents
Accounts for internal and external sabotage
Prepares and reduces cyber-attack risks
Mitigates for electrical and communication outages
Network Disaster Recovery and Network Back-Up
Network disaster recovery and network backup create redundancies to ensure your data is always protected. Both are absolutely critical in today’s marketplace, as any potential disaster could wipe out data.
Network Disaster Recovery
Disaster Recovery replicates the entire network – including data, systems, and applications – to a version saved prior to the disaster. This allows businesses to fully operate on the restored network, while the primary network is repaired.
A network backup service would include saving data to a secure location at set intervals. This ensures data can always be replicated. The frequency of the backup is often determined by the client’s needs.