Disaster Recovery Plan

Our business continuity plan helps you to get back to business fast

Disasters are unplanned... Recoveries need to be planned.

Downtime is something no organization wants, but the question every business needs to ask themselves is how much downtime is acceptable for your specific organization? Disaster recovery plan we offer help to reduce your business downtime considerably.

Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery Plan (BCDR)

There are many different incidents that can occur and have a massive impact on revenue or even completely destroying your business. Incidents such as, ransomware, hardware failure, power outages, fire or flood, or even simple human error can have a devastating impact. Although the events mentioned are unpredictable your organization can make sure that they are prepared.

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Key Benefits to a Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery Plan (BCDR)

Creating and maintaining a BCDR plan to address possible disasters will help you bring your business to an operational state post disaster.

Having this plan will help you determine the gaps between what your business requires and what you presently have. This will allow your business to focus your IT spending in areas most critical to the operations.

Connected 360 has the experience with designing customized DR solutions from Small and Medium size businesses (SMB) to enterprise clients and can assist with Business Continuity planning where necessary.

There are multiple factors that go into defining your BCDR, such as Business Impact Analysis (BIA), defining your IT Service catalogu, determining the optimal Recovery Point Objective (RPO) and Recovery Time Objective (RTO) for your IT services.

What is RPO?
Recovery Point Object is the point in time to which data can be restored following the event. If a backup is performed at 9pm and your server failed at 4pm the following day, your RPO would be 19 hours and any data created during those hours would be lost. If the RPO defined is 5 hours, then a backup must be made at least once every 5 hours.

What is RTO?
Recovery Time Objective is the amount of time that it takes to get a system restored following a failure or disaster event. For example, if the RTO is set to 4 hours then the impacted component must be backup within 4 hours.

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