To begin, it’s important to note that a Business Continuity plan and a Disaster Recovery plan are often thought of as the same concepts, but rather they complement each other.
Disaster recovery is about more than just protecting data, but protecting intellectual property; a critical consideration when seeking an entire solution to secure the business. Here's a simple illustration of how Business Continuity & Disaster Recovery plans fit into an organization's infrastructure. Business Continuity planning involves creating a multi-level strategy for any major problems that might affect your business. One of the biggest concerns with Business Continuity planning is trying to prepare for the many different disasters that can occur. Having a Business Continuity plan is often the difference between your business surviving or not. A robust disaster recovery and business continuity plan is the foundation on which to build your IT infrastructure.
Most businesses don’t fully plan for disaster recovery, because many think of large scale events such as flood, fire, and natural events as the definition of a disaster. 24 x 7 Monitoring of the plan to ensure that when needed – your recovery plan is ready and fully functional.
Contact us today for a no cost, no obligation assessment of your current backup solution and disaster recovery preparedness. Testimonials"The latest upgrade to our EMR System has greatly improved the speed and efficiency of our office, which translates into improved patient care.

Having a tried and tested business continuity plan in place whether you are a sole trader or a large multi-national company which details the steps to be taken in the event of an incident will go a long way to help your business continue to operate and recovery more quickly.
Business Link in particular their interactive tool will help you to assess and minimise potential risks to your business. It is not just natural disasters that cause business disruption but increasingly more social, political and economic un-rest such as the events of 'Arab Spring' places severe pressure on business continuity.
It is critical to determine in advance the impact on the business and not only have plans that are known but tested to ensure workable solutions are in place. The terms Business Continuity Planning (BCP) and Disaster Recovery Planning (DRP) are often used interchangeably and though having slightly different individual focuses, ultimately share the same goal: preparing businesses for potential disasters or disruptions by ensuring they are able to recover quickly whilst sustaining minimal losses. GSA provides BCP templates to enable the organisation to continually deliver critical products, services to their clients instead of focusing on resuming a business after critical operations have ceased, or recovering after a disaster.
GSA helps organisations identify and document each business critical system and each resource that is necessary to support these systems to ensure recovery from any loss of information assets due to disruptions or disasters.
Information security covers all information processes, physical and electronic, regardless whether they involve people and technology or relationships with trading partners, customers and third parties. Policy DirectionManagement should set a clear policy direction in line with business objectives and demonstrate support for, and commitment to, information security through the issue and maintenance of an information security policy across the Bank.
Management should identify through appropriate risk assessment, the value of information assets, understand their vulnerabilities and threats that may expose them to risk, and manage risks to an acceptable level. GSA to assist organizations in establishing Information Security Policy that complies with legal and regulatory requirements, industry mandates, and accepted best practices.

A good Business Continuity plan will guard against a variety of problems that may occur, including hard drive crashes, fires, hurricanes, prolonged power outages, loss of a key employee and more.
From digitizing your paper records to creating cloud-based software and backup solutions, we can help you create the right plan. Knowing how to respond to a variety of different possible disasters requires evaluation, foresight, and experience. Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery planning allows you to continue working and quickly recover in the event of a disaster.
We can even manage redundant servers running your applications and data in a secure data center to ensure you can continue working if your building becomes inaccessible. We can identify the weaknesses, implement a remediation plan, and then provide ongoing monitoring to ensure your systems and data are fully protected. Information security addresses information protection, confidentiality, availability and integrity throughout the life cycle of the information and its use within the organization. An information security policy document should be approved by management, and published and communicated to employees and to relevant external parties. Fortunately, we offer complete Disaster Recovery and Business Continuity planning services.

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