The 3-2-1 rule is the guiding principle of data backup and disaster recovery. The rule states that in order to have a reliable, redundant backup and an effective disaster recovery solution, you must have: three copies of your data, on two forms of media, with one copy located offsite.
Physical damage to a building, destruction of machinery, or even an electrical power outage; what is your plan of action if any of these were to happen to your business? If you hesitated for even a second, it might be time to consider creating a business impact analysis. A business impact analysis, or BIA, helps you understand the effect a disaster can have on your business. With this information you will be able to develop a recovery strategy as well as a mitigation strategy to limit the impact of a disaster. Let us show you how to get started on your own BIA so that you can improve your disaster recovery (DR) plan and improve confidence.
Risk assessing is the process of identifying potential risks that could harm an organization. A risk assessment template helps you identify the hazards that could negatively impact your business and the extent of that negative impact. Correctly identifying the risks your business could face could help reduce the severity of any potentially damaging event.
Making decisions about business continuity (BC) and disaster recovery (DR) can be a CIO’s worst nightmare. Planning, implementing and testing a strategy can take months and sleepless nights. Additionally, some CIOs face the added struggle of small budgets, fewer resources, and a mandate for agility to remain competitive. Add them all up, and you get an extremely difficult task task.
Tis' the question of the season: “How can I be more productive now so that I can spend more time with my family this holiday season?”
Cloud computing, a concept that is often misunderstood, is now a trending term in the IT industry. The Cloud is not a bulbous, white figure floating through the atmosphere, but rather a storage facility for all of your data here on the Earth. Those storage facilities are called data centers, and have the ability to revolutionize the way you conduct business.
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We all hear the horror stories of disaster: an uninsured home struck by an earthquake, an Injured child without health care, and a business destroyed by Ransomware. We all think "that won't happen to me," and instead of taking precautions to proactively secure ourselves against disaster, we ignore it.
As a business in the 21st Century, you can no longer afford to "ignore" the possibility of disaster striking. No matter the industry your business is in, a Disaster Recovery Plan is essential to ensuring the safety of your company's data, among other assets. Whether your business is hit with unplanned downtime, a Ransomware attack, or hardware failure, your disaster recovery plan should be a tried and true procedure for getting your business back online.
Without a plan, if your daily operations are disrupted, you run the risk of lost productivity, sales and revenue. If this sound like something you want to avoid, read on for more reasons why you need a Disaster Recovery Plan.