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Disaster Recovery & Business Continuity Planning

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Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery Services

Imagine arriving to work one morning to find your office destroyed. You’ve lost everything—all of your paper and electronic documents, your email messages, equipment and records for customers, vendors and employees. Would your business survive?


Disaster can strike any business, anywhere, and the vast majority of businesses are not prepared to handle the aftermath. Research conducted by the University of Texas reports nearly 94 percent of businesses close their doors following a catastrophic data loss. Just under half of these never reopen. With NetStandard’s customized disaster recovery program, your business has a fighting chance for survival.


Expect the Unexpected
No one wants to admit they are at risk for catastrophe. Nonetheless, we believe that the best defense is a good offense. Our disaster recovery planning is designed to help you resume your IT functionality after a disruptive event. Since your ability to recover data and continue business operations post-disaster is only possible if you plan before an unexpected event occurs, we work side-by-side with your business to ensure you are prepared for the worst-case scenario.


Identifying Your Risks
NetStandard can help you identify the biggest threats facing your business and develop mitigations that can facilitate your data recovery. There are steps you can take to help ensure business continuity following an unexpected disaster, and we can assist in creating a documented plan that will provide guidance to your business’ leaders and employees that can increase your business’ chance for survival. Having a comprehensive plan in place can provide the additional benefits of insurance discounts, technology savings, more efficient operations and peace of mind.


Preparing for the Worst
Our IT disaster recovery plans can accomplish secondary data storage and restore manually or through cloud computing. Cloud computing is often the most cost-effective and efficient solution for data replication, online backup and quick recovery.

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Disaster Recovery Planning

Disaster recovery options include the basic recovery of data following an event of equipment destruction or malfunction. Services include:
> Enterprise-class cloud backup platform designed to protect your entire business digital footprint (storage, servers, desktops and laptops on the LANs as well as remote tablets and smart phones)
> Remote access to servers
> Scale up or down to respond to seasonal fluctuations or growth
> Hardware maintenance and support from an experienced service team
> 99.999% uptime SLA
> 24x7x365 monitoring and support
> Predictable monthly fees
Business Continuity Planning

Business continuity planning is a comprehensive approach designed to identify your organization's exposure to threats and the steps that can be implemented to ensure effective prevention and recovery of your business beyond IT functionality. Services include:
> Identification of technology efficiencies and areas of savings
> Business process improvements
> Peace of mind
> Premium discounts on insurance rates

Protect Data From:

  • Cyber Attacks
  • Earthquake
  • Electrical Outage
  • Equipment Failure
  • Fire
  • Flood
  • Hurricane
  • Loss of a Key Employee
  • Wind/Tornado
Disaster Recovery Posts
Posted by: In: Disaster Recovery 20 Feb 2014 0 comments Tags:

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In the not too distant past, setting up an effective business continuity plan that included disaster recovery capabilities was an expensive, time-consuming task. For small and mid-sized businesses, the costs of purchasing and maintaining hardware and sufficient storage space that could mirror their business-critical systems often proved daunting enough that many simply crossed their fingers and hoped for the best rather than investing hard-earned funds on such a project. And hardware costs were just the beginning—businesses that wanted to create a plan were faced with ongoing maintenance fees to cover the cost of data replication, physically moving tape decks to the disaster recovery site, the risk of human errors and the cost of employing IT professionals. Read more…