Disaster Recovery and Business Continuity

BCTI can provide the peace of mind to let you sleep at night.

With both instant on-site and off-site virtualization, BCTI can ensure your data is protected. Whether you need a simple file restore, or if your physical equipment is destroyed in a fire, your data is safe and BCTI can have you up and running in minutes.

BCTI offers a true business continuity and protection solution. From simply restoring a file in seconds to restoring entire servers in minutes, BCTI now offers a service that ensure data protection in case of a disaster whether it’s a fire, natural disaster or server failure.

Disaster recovery (DR) and business continuity refers to an organization’s ability to recover from a disaster and/or unexpected event and resume operations. Organizations often have a plan in place (usually referred to as a “Disaster Recovery Plan”, or “Business Continuity Plan”) that outlines how a recovery will be accomplished. The key to successful disaster recovery is to have a plan (emergency plan, disaster recovery plan, continuity plan) well before disaster ever strikes.

Given ever-changing business objectives, one common need in disaster recovery is to perform an audit of the disaster recovery capacity of an organization. The purpose of such audit is to discover how closely an organization’s disaster recovery readiness aligns to actual organizational objectives. When conducting an audit of a disaster recovery plan, factors such as alternate site designation, training of personnel, and insurance issues are considered. In conducting a disaster recovery audit, the individual or team performing the audit uses a number of procedures and processes to achieve the objectives of the audit. Successful disaster recovery audits clear state their objectives in an audit plan. ~ From Wikipedia

BCTI’s business continuity plan takes the disaster recovery plan one step further. Our plan outlines how the business will continue its operations after the disaster. It also outlines how the business will continue its operations after smaller, less disastrous events, such as power outages. The plan outlines how and where the business will operate if it is forced to move to a temporary location. It identifies the long-term, crucial strategies that are needed to ensure that the business maintains stability and generates profits.

Contact BCTI today and let us develop a continuity plan for your business, so you don’t’ get caught in the dark.