Research shows that up to 80% of businesses that suffer a major disaster, and don't have a business continuity or disaster recovery plan in place, go out of business within three years. With the growing usage and dependence on technology and data, do you have a plan in place to safeguard your critical business systems and data? Disasters aren't confined to natural disasters like fire or flood; more commonly power outages, hardware failures, virus and ransomware are the cause of downtime.
Downtime not only has financial implications but can also have an impact on your business's valuable reputation. It makes sense to have a plan in place in advance.
How can we help you?
Disaster recovery plans
A vital part of any business continuity strategy. A Disaster Recovery Plan (DRP) details the policies, processes and procedures in place to restore or recover critical business systems.
Disaster Recovery (DR) Testing & Validation
Ensuring your disaster recovery solution is regularly and extensively tested is a vital part of any business continuity strategy. Testing gives you the confidence you'll have minimal downtime should disaster strike.
Office space & equipment
In the event of a disaster which leaves you without access to buildings or offices, we can offer temporary work spaces which include equipment and communication services, enabling you to quickly get back critical operations.
24/7 IT Support
Reducing the risk of hardware or software failure can play a large part in ensuring your business and communication systems are working when you need them. We offer a range of proactive support services designed to fit your business needs.