One simple question to ask yourself to determine whether your business needs a backup and disaster recovery plan:
“Can my business continue to function without my critical data, applications and operations?” No is the only answer.
Let’s face it, at some point your data will be at risk. It could be a machine error, a human error, a virus or even a natural disaster.
What does Business Continuity Plan (BCP) mean?
A business continuity plan (BCP) is a plan to help ensure that business processes can continue during a time of emergency or disaster. Such emergencies or disasters might include a fire or any other case where business is not able to occur under normal conditions. Businesses need to look at all such potential threats and devise BCPs to ensure continued operations should the threat become a reality.
A business continuity plan involves the following:
Disaster Recovery Plan (DRP):
A Disaster Recovery Plan (DRP) is a business plan that describes how work can be resumed quickly and effectively after a disaster. Disaster recovery planning is just part of business continuity planning and applied to aspects of an organization that rely on an IT infrastructure to function.
Our consultantant team can provide you advanced DRP with a several vendors.