Disaster Recovery Leveraging innovation in technology to create cost effective business continuity strategies and systems August 2009
Disaster Recovery Is your business prepared for the unexpected?
Natural Disasters (i.e. snow, hurricanes, tornados, earthquakes, fires, etc.) Employee Downtime from old equipment running the risk of system crash Employee Downtime due to 3rd party software malfunctions Employee Downtime due to 3rd party attacks on your internal network Employee Downtime due to a disgruntled employee Employee Downtime due to situations keeping staff from their work space Employee Downtime due to theft in the office place What would my business consider a disaster? How does your current business continuity strategy stack up against these challenges?
Cost of the failure to plan How do these disasters affect my business?
Your company cannot do “business as usual” Staff may be unable to perform many functions Clients may not be able to reach your staff Prospects may not be able to be engaged Revenue your staff produces by the hour ceases every hour they can’t produce The Affects of a Disaster on a Business
According to the analyst firm IDC, about 70% of ALL successful attacks on computer networks were carried out by employees and insiders According to a recent Touché Ross study, the survival rate for companies without a disaster recovery plan is less than 10%! International Data Corp. estimates that companies lose an average of $84,000 for every hour of downtime Did You Know?
How we provide peace of mind… How we provide peace of mind…
Remote Monitoring and Management Daily health checks (i.e. event log, disk space, CPU monitoring) Anti-virus updates Back-up verification Updates to address system security vulnerabilities Configuration management Virus detection, elimination and protection Consulting recommendations Step 1: Keeping An Eye on Your Business
Step 2: Backing Up Your Business Our Staff Our Back-Up Device Your Critical Data Our Remote Facility #1 Our Remote Facility #2
Identify all key positions and critical responsibilities Create virtual and remote access for these positions and job functions Strategize a comprehensive disaster recovery plan Document, practice and keep your new comprehensive disaster recovery plan updated Step 3: Plan To Keep Your Business Growing
Conduct a business continuity and business technology assessment Deliver business continuity and technology summary report and recommendations Implement recommendations Deliver a disaster recovery and business continuity package Perform proactive maintenance, support and business continuity measures Next Steps…