Business Continuity Assessment & Disaster Recovery Assessment
Business Continuity Assessment
Business continuity Assessment identifies an organization’s exposure to internal and external threats and synthesizes hard and soft assets to provide effective prevention and recovery for the organization, while maintaining competitive advantage and value system integrity. A business continuity plan is a roadmap for continuing operations under adverse conditions such as a storm or a crime.
Questions that will arise when conducting the assessment are:
- What do we need recovered first to stay in business?
- What do our customers need to remain assured of our stability?
- What do our business partners require to continue order, fulfillment and delivery?
- What do our vendor relationships insist upon to work with us?
The lifecycle of a Business Continuity plan is the conduct an analysis of your company, to create a solution design, to implement the solution design, to test it and to maintain the design.
Disaster Recovery Assessment
A Disaster Recovery Assessment reveals how quickly your business could be back up and running after a natural disaster, server crash, virus attack, or other data-erasing catastrophe.
Let’s face it… no one likes to think about bad things happening to them, much less planning for them – Disaster Recovery Planning is one of those “important, not urgent” action items that (unfortunately) gets pushed to the back burner.
For FREE! At no charge we’ll come to your office and conduct a thorough assessment to determine:
- How fast you could realistically be back up and running in the event of any natural or human disaster.
- What backup, security and business continuity systems you currently have in place and determine whether they are sufficient.
- Is all of your critical data being backed up, every day?
- What are the largest threats to the security and integrity of your critical business data?
- Do you know what steps and costs would be involved to rebuild your server and recover your data if you had to?
Since this is free, you have no good excuse not to do it now. If we don’t find any problems, you’ll at least have peace of mind that your network is secure and that you could recover quickly in the event of a disaster. But if we DO find a few loopholes, you’ll be able to fix them BEFORE you experience an unexpected catastrophe.