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You Need A Business Continuity Plan

Business continuity is a company’s capability to maintain its operations and crucial organizational functions throughout and after an interruption. The business continuity plan (BC or BCP) gives guidelines to an organization on just how to continue after a disruptive event. It includes a list of processes to adhere to, covering human resources, organization procedures, protection of business assets, and much more.

Disaster Recovery + Business Continuity = Victory

More And More, businesses are recognizing that it’s crucial to have both technology and planning in place. There’s a change toward adhering to an organized, unified plan that supports organization resiliency. Rather than having a plan and technology discussions alone, organizations and IT leaders are taking a step back and collaborating together to recognize their distinct demands better.

Business As Usual After The Worse

Disaster can strike without notice, be it natural like a fire or flood, or human-caused like sabotage or a break-in. You could finish up missing days or weeks of production and see severe falls in profits and client trust as you try to regroup if you don’t take the proper preventative measures. In the most awful cases, your organization may never recover.

Fretting about a catastrophe will certainly not avoid one, yet having the right recovery strategy will undoubtedly turn a disaster into a minor setback in your business. Development and implementation of processes for server and network restoration, data back-up and recovery, and systems provisioning solutions are readily available to help in the quick restoration of your business after disaster strikes.

Build a Plan for Ongoing Assessment

Creating organization resiliency is an ongoing procedure. Your company grows, technologies change, and there are always new threats that arise. For instance, companies have just recently begun to deal with attack loop threats. An attack loop happens when ransomware is embedded into a cloud-based back-up and starts when you have a critical situation. Instituting quarterly or yearly updates into your organization’s resiliency plan will make sure that you’re using the most effective tools, have updated your plans to fit your changing business needs, and also get on top of rising dangers.

Test and Test Again

Having a disaster recovery plan isn’t sufficient. While it may appear excellent on paper, does it work? For example, will your crucial systems come back online if another server hasn’t been restored yet? Do your back-ups indeed operate as expected? Is your data recovery timeline realistic? Is your data recovery point suitable? When systems are restored, are they safe, or do security issues exist?

All recovery plan conditions must be comprehensively checked to make sure the plan works. If something doesn’t go as planned, now is the time to modify the plan. Once verified, instruct all personnel to make sure they know the recovery processes. The correct tools and support are critical to disaster recovery planning and testing.


Having a back-up and a disaster recovery strategy is a vital step to safeguarding your organization’s data and your staff’s efficiency. Disasters have a propensity to happen at one of the most unforeseen and annoying times. Human mistakes, cyberpunks, and natural catastrophes can all occur in the flash of an eye.

We’re here to ensure your company doesn’t turn out to be another casualty. Our Business Continuity Solutions are more than just simply backing-up your data. They’re created to promptly restore your network following any unintended downtime and also ensure your workers are working efficiently as quickly as possible. Secure your company today and begin minimizing the possibilities.


According to Deloitte, 90% of organizations without a business continuity strategy will undoubtedly not succeed after a catastrophe. 75% of small and medium-sized organizations do not have a business continuity plan. An additional, optimistically, more cheerful, fact is that 96% of companies that do have a back-up and business continuity strategy in place can survive a catastrophe. The significance of business connection management is necessary for all organizations.

Just having a disaster recovery strategy isn’t sufficient. While it may look fantastic on paper, does it work? All plan circumstances must be extensively examined to make sure the strategy functions.



Protecting Networks

We protect every part of your network with powerful anti-malware tools and advanced firewalls. We continually audit and monitor your systems, proactively scanning for threats and vulnerabilities and neutralizing them before they become a problem.

  • Firewall Management & Maintenance
  • Complete Network Monitoring
  • Local & Cloud Server Management
  • Endpoint Security and Management
  • Penetration and Vulnerability Testing
  • Scheduled Preventative Maintenance

Protecting Data

Without a proper backup strategy in place, you could be looking at a loss in productivity and a damaged business reputation. You need to get your company back on its feet fast after a data loss. You need a backup service you can truly rely on. 

  • Planning & Consolidation
  • Local & Cloud Backup
  • Cloud Continuity
  • Disaster Protection
  • Scheduled Testing of Backups
  • File Sharing


Protecting Business

Without a solid strategy for security, your company is vulnerable to threats both inside and out. We work with you to develop policies and systems that make sense for you while giving your employees the tools they need to work more efficiently.  

  • Password Management
  • Encryption
  • VPN Access
  • User Permissions
  • Antivirus & Security Patches
  • Employee Training

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