Having A Disaster Recovery Plan Is An Essential Part Of Business Continuity Planning.

It is a common misconception that backing up and archiving your data will protect you from threats like corruption and ransomware. Though it IS important, it DOES NOT protect you from all threats and data can easily be lost for good.

 

We believe it is essential to have Disaster Recovery (DR) procedures in place. These procedures are usually designed and developed in conjunction with a Business Continuity Plan. An approach containing Disaster Recovery will ensure your business is prepared for any threat and possible disaster: whether virtual or physical.

We have created the Disaster Recovery Essentials Guide to highlight and give further insight into the key reasons why you need DR procedures for your business, whether large or small. Download your copy HERE.

It is important to make sure that your Disaster Recovery plan is tailored to your business’ specific needs and requirements. Engage with one of our professionals, who will design this plan for a flat fee of $495 ex GST. If you commence with our recommended proposal, this design fee will be deducted from your final professional services fee.

Our two most popular Disaster Recovery Solutions are listed below:

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*Servers require onsite backup hardware for backup repositories

 

 

To get a Disaster Recovery plan for your business, or to learn more, contact us today and we will organise for one of our expert technicians to come to you and complete an in person consult on your IT systems, needs and processes.

 

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IT Business Continuity Audit

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Business Continuity

Our team complete audits that will evaluate and highlight key IT areas which are vulnerable.

When your internet is down, it is costing you money. Is your internet up to standard?

We believe Business Continuity Planning for IT is an essential business practice.

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