Protecting your organization from the effects of negative events.
A disaster Recovery (DR) plan commonly focuses on the technical operations of a company such as data backup and alternative systems to recover to, whilst a Business Continuity Plan (BCP) focuses on the critical parts of the business that is required to remain operational in the event of a disaster.
The key to Disaster Recovery success is having a realistic and well understood set of objectives that are based on the business needs. This involves planning and preparation, from the business impact analysis, to understanding and quantifying risks, to classifying and prioritising applications and data for recoverability.
Specifix assist in producing a DR plan for their clients, identifying priorities and recovery time objectives in a business impact analysis, these objectives define the scope of a DR plan:
Recovery Point Objective (RPO): age of files recovered from last backup, if one hour is defined as RPO then backups are required every 60 minutes.
Recovery Time Objective (RTO): maximum length of time allowed between an unexpected failure or disaster and the resumption of normal operations and service levels.
Specifix provide many of the services that support a DR plan; remote backup, hosted infrastructure and virtual desktops, with daily monitoring and regular testing of DR by simulating an event.
Vendors technologies used to assist in delivering DR objectives:
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