Business continuity is concerned with keeping operations running during a crisis, whereas disaster recovery is concerned with restoring data access and IT infrastructure following a disaster. A business continuity strategy would be unsuccessful without a disaster recovery plan, and disaster recovery alone does not secure company continuation. To limit the commercial impact of a prospective disaster, both BC and DR plans must collaborate. With Acronis Cyber Cloud DR can be a piece-of-cake.
At Dataguardnxt, we will work with you to build resilience into your business so that you can keep it going no matter what happens. Our expert professionals will assist you in identifying your core company processes and systems in order to design a solid Business Continuity Disaster Recovery strategy. As a Cyber Essentials Certified MSP, we collaborate with leading software providers to deliver the finest solutions for your organisation.
A BCDR plan should cater for a wide range of situations, including inadvertent deletions and hardware failures, as well as cyber-attacks and natural calamities. It contributes to the smooth continuation of everyday tasks with little or no downtime or data loss following a disaster. With the numerous commitments on time and resources that come with running a small business, emergency preparation typically falls to the bottom of the priority list. However, when calamity occurs, the organisations who do not have a plan are the most likely to suffer the most, sometimes fatally.
A business continuity crisis recovery strategy is vital whether your company is large or small, public, private, or charity.
The Covid-19 epidemic has turned the traditional approach to catastrophe recovery and business continuity planning on its head. In most disaster scenarios, restoring technology is the primary priority; but, in the case of a pandemic, the largest difficulties are unavailability of people and social alienation. In reality, technology has stepped in to assist by enabling new ways of working, allowing many firms to function. The pandemic has highlighted the significance of not only having a disaster recovery plan in place that focuses primarily on IT, but also on having a business continuity strategy in place that considers every function of your entire firm.