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Does the mere mention of disaster recovery make you a bit nervous? The thought of implementing an appropriate disaster recovery plan can be extremely daunting; which is why on many occasions it gets pushed to the back burner. Unfortunately there are many instances when a disaster strikes and companies are not prepared and businesses suffer a major loss from which it could not recover. Disaster Recovery should be at the top of the agenda for businesses to protect critical information and reduce exposure to downtime.

Natural or man-made disasters cannot be predicated but with a full disaster recovery plan in place you can troubleshoot against any form of downtime, data loss and minimise the disruption to your business. A fully thought out plan can eliminate the risk of data loss and protect your business from a disaster scenario moving forward.

Ask yourself key questions such as – what happens if a disaster strikes? Am I prepared? Do you have the means of getting your data back? How long will it take? Every day, there is the chance that some sort of business interruption, crisis, disaster, or emergency will occur. Companies can experience many different threats to their mission critical systems such as fires, floods, hackers, human error, power failures and viruses. The importance of putting a contingency plan in place cannot be emphasised enough.

Companies have and will continue to cease trading due to a disaster occurring where there were no adequate backup facilities in place. Another consequence that sometimes takes years to claw back is customer confidence and damage to your reputation. All can be saved by spending time looking at your business information and evaluating the best possible route to securing your data and making it available for restore as soon as a disaster strikes.

In a nutshell the business continuity plan details how a company will respond to a disaster and reduce its overall effects on the operation of the company. The plan outlines and details the processes that will take place in the event of a disaster. It is reviewed and updated regularly to make allowances for any internal changes in the company.


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