When you start a business, your focus is entirely on getting going, building a customer base, and finding your place in your market. Once you’ve established yourself, though, plans for how to continue trading in the face of a flood, fire, or cyberattack shoot up your list of priorities. With your business growing nicely, it would be a shame to see it all disappear because of a disaster. And with the right planning it really doesn’t need to.
InReach Disaster Recovery Services
The first step is to map out a disaster recovery plan. What could go wrong? How would this affect the business? What steps would you need to take to be up and running again as quickly as possible? At InReach, our experience of running IT and communications systems for many enterprises provides us with the expertise to help businesses plan for such an event.
First off, we’ll carry out an audit of your technical infrastructure, architecture, connectivity, software, and data storage, and risk assess each element. We will then draw up a detailed outline of the risks you face with respect to your IT and plan the necessary actions to mitigate those risks across a range of scenarios. Our goal is to ensure you can get back up and running as quickly as possible, with minimum impact.
Our disaster recovery package includes:
- Technical and operational review for disaster recovery planning
- Planning for both onsite and offsite recovery steps
- Risk assessment of attitude and requirements
- In depth documenting of disaster mitigation actions
- Costing and planning
- Checking for adequate insurance cover
In the event of a disaster situation, we will:
- Oversee hardware replacement
- Restore business data, applications and operating systems to pre-disaster state
- Respond as quickly and efficiently as possible in order to minimise disruption and impact
When a catastrophe occurs, it’s stressful enough trying to make sense of what’s going on, let alone worrying about how to continue operating. The businesses that survive and succeed are the ones that plan ahead, review their planning regularly, and stay alert to what they must do if something goes wrong. Be it fire, flood, cyber-attack, or massive connectivity failure… you want to be back up and running as quickly as possible and ahead of your competitors. We understand the risks you face; we can help you plan and overcome the challenges you’ll tackle if disaster strikes.