Disaster recovery is the area of security planning that deals with protecting a business from the effects of significant negative events. This can include natural disasters, electrical surges, cyber attacks; anything that puts a business’s day to day operations at risk.
If disaster did strike, can you really count on your data backup system to keep your business up and running? BK Connected Solutions can do a network survey to help you determine what you will need to be up and running quickly if your server were to crash.
Disaster Recovery Services
With automated Computer Hard Drive Backup and Disaster Recovery services from BKCS, you can be sure your business is safe and back up and running quickly.
With BKCS as your partner in Business Continuity Planning and Disaster Recovery, you’ll be able to:
· Get back to business as usual, with automated solutions for Data Backup after an accident or disaster occurs.
· Protect more than just your data – Back up and Recovery strategies protect your email, systems and more.
· Calm your fears over acts of nature or mishap you can’t control, while we deal with all of your Business Continuity requirements.
Disaster Recovery Plan
A Disaster Recovery Plan (DRP) documents policies, procedures and actions your company will take to limit the disruption to an business in the wake of a disaster. A disaster is an event that makes the continuation of normal functions impossible. A disaster recovery plan consists of actions intended to minimize the negative effects of a disaster. This allows the business to maintain or quickly resume mission-critical functions.
In information technology, disaster recovery steps may include restoring servers or mainframes with backups, re-establishing private branch exchanges (PBX) or provisioning local area networks (LANs) to meet immediate business needs. Some or all of these steps may be necessary for your business.
Business Continuity Plans
Business continuity describes the processes and procedures a business must put in place to ensure that mission-critical functions can continue during and after a disaster. The emphasis is more on maintaining business operations than IT infrastructure. Because business continuity and disaster recovery are so closely related, the two terms are sometimes combined as Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery (BCDR or BC/DR).
If your organization requires Disaster Recovery and a Business Continuity Plan, Online Backup, Hard Drive and Data Backup, Computer Backup, Offsite Data Backup or Recovery Services, Hard Drive and Computer Recovery, Data Recovery, Remote Data Backup, or Virtual Data Recovery, our team can help. Contact BKCS today to learn about our solutions.