Organizations need to realize the importance of disaster recovery as it can be costly and have far-reaching impacts on business. Heightened exposure to disruptive and catastrophic events in recent years coupled with increasing government and commercial interdependencies make disaster recovery and crisis management a critical business imperative.
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A disaster recovery service provider should offer:
They should understand the business processes and identify your mission-critical functions. Identify threats and the associated business impact in tune with your business needs.
Deployment and Implementation
With the necessary tools, technology and the personnel who can engineer the solution deployment service provider can work on alternate strategies and narrow down on the one that works best.
Monitoring and Management
Offers the requisite support and services necessary to monitor the plan with regular reviews and updates and periodic switch back/switch over drills keeping an eye on the Disaster Recovery solution.
Including disaster recovery is no longer an optional add-on, it has become a necessary element of IT systems and is a key step toward making sure your business can recover data and continue operations in the event of a disaster.
No matter what the size of your business, including disaster recovery services within your system is no longer an optional add-on. It is an indispensable element of your IT systems because we simply don't know what kind of danger is lurking round the corner.