Business continuity and disaster recovery go hand-in-hand. Discover how you can avoid catastrophic data loss, resume work quickly and reduce interruptions in the aftermath of a disaster.
The impact of data loss or corruption from human error, natural disaster, hardware failure, malware, or hacking can be significant. To maintain or quickly resume mission-critical functions following a disruption, you must have a disaster recovery strategy in place. But DR plans are not “one-size-fits-all”. Disaster recovery and business continuity go hand-in-hand. Priorities for IT should be consistent with the priorities for recovery of business functions. GCSIT can help.
The “responsive” portion of a disaster recovery plan outlines numerous disaster scenarios and defines the detailed responses to each. The goal is to minimize the impact of the negative event as much as possible. The “preventative” part entails identifying specific scenarios that could have a negative impact and defining what you need to do in order to avoid them.