Business continuity

Around half of all businesses fail when a serious problem strikes and they don’t have a disaster recovery plan. Those that survive often endure serious pain, both financially and through damage to their strategic plans.

 

In a recent survey, eight out of ten businesses put IT problems at the top of their list of business disaster risks. Over half put security threats as their top concern (malware, ransomware), while hardware failure and data corruption are also serious worries.

Helping to protect your business, by creating an IT disaster recovery plan, means identifying the main risks, the potential solutions, and what preparations you can make now.

 

For more about this service in detail please see our PDF guide

  • Be clear about who is responsible for disaster recovery planning and action
  • Identify risks to the business
  • Establish recovery time objectives
  • Develop strategies for disaster recovery