Disaster Recovery and Business Continuity

Disaster recovery and business continuity.  As your business growth moves forward, it becomes important to understand the exposures, vulnerabilities and potential liabilities associated with your software, hardware and data management.  Once understood, it is very important to have a DRBC plan in place.

  • Advantage can help you draft a new DRBC guide or assist in revising an outdated DRBC guidebook
  • We provide a critical review of your network and computing culture
  • You’ll understand how downtime directly affects IT productivity and overall business impact
  • We can help set a comfort zone for compliance and overall risk
  • Avoid the negative aftermath of a direct disaster and provide for continued operation of mission critical business groups
  • If you are planning on IT infrastructure changes, a review of your DRBC plan should be part of the process

Network Planning

disaster recovery and business continuity
It takes a team to quickly assess a critical situation to make sure your business networks continue to operate efficiently and as expected.

Statistics show that on average, over 40% of businesses that do not have a Disaster Recovery Plan go out of business after a major loss from a fire, a break-in, storm, or sabotage.

How long can your business afford to be down, not servicing your customers? There is no reason a temporary setback should turn into a permanent failure – if you protect your organization before disaster strikes. The first step is to create a Disaster Recovery, or Business Continuity Plan. We can help you get started right away. We will put together a comprehensive plan for your entire organization, considering key components crucial to your recovery, and establish a formal process to be followed to restore your business continuity when a disaster occurs.

Your Disaster Recovery Plan will be a comprehensive, step-by-step process for you and your staff to follow.  Your plan covers such items as contacting your local authorities and insurance carriers, re-establishing phone and internet service, sourcing equipment, restoring data, and all essentials needed to recover your organization’s operational capability.

You and your employees give your business 110%.  It is important to avoid the potentially dire impact of  downtime from a disaster  by proactively planning with Advantage Industries.

Please read this insightful article, which helps define disaster recovery and business continuity and it’s importance in your overall IT infrastructure plan.