Disaster Recovery

Disaster Recovery (DR) is a subset of security planning in which businesses document the processes and procedures they will use to protect (and quickly restore) their IT infrastructure in the aftermath of a catastrophic natural or human-caused event.

In an always-on, 24/7 world, an organization can gain a competitive advantage – or lose market share – depending on how quickly it can recover from a disaster and restore core business services.

Some organizations use external disaster recovery and business continuity consulting services to address a company’s needs.

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A good disaster recovery plan should allow for rapid recovery from disruptions regardless of their source. The longer it takes to recover, the greater the negative business impact.

Disaster recovery plans are formal documents that detail how to respond to unplanned incidents such as natural disasters and power outages.

90% of companies that don’t have a disaster recovery strategy, or have an incomplete one, fail if something goes wrong. A whopping 40% of small businesses can't resume operations at all, and 75% don't have a DR plan in place.

Disaster recovery planning is one of the most critical processes. It makes sure that a company can recover from its full operational capacity as soon as possible. Even a small failure in IT departments, processes, or equipment can jeopardize the whole business.

A disaster recovery plan is more focused than a business continuity plan and may not cover all contingencies for business processes, assets, human resources, and business partners.

A disaster recovery solution typically addresses all types of operational disruption, not just major natural or man-made disasters that render a location unavailable. Power outages, telephone system outages, and temporary loss of access to a facility due to bomb threats, a "possible fire", or a low-impact, non-destructive fire or flood are examples of disruptions.

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, many companies had to shut down, move, or otherwise alter their processes to accommodate remote workplaces. This unexpected outcome is a great lesson for all of us to learn: anything can happen at any time, and the best thing to do is to be ready. Outsourcing the service can ease a lot of internal tension. An outside look at the company's processes might even prove useful in resource and asset allocation during the DRP. The wise thing is to delegate the planning stage to a managed IT service provider (MSP).


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Cloud-Based Disaster Recovery Solutions

Cloud-based disaster recovery solutions can be simple and inexpensive enough to be considered in any SMB disaster recovery conversation. Backups and disaster recovery both aim to protect and restore data, but they are not the same thing. The costs of disaster recovery and storage are decreasing, and there are numerous solutions and options available.

A good disaster recovery plan should allow for rapid recovery from disruptions of any kind. The longer it takes to recover, the greater the negative impact on business will be. Contact CCNY Tech to build a proper disaster recovery plan for your IT infrastructure.


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