Planning for a Business Disaster Recovery

Three crucial steps in planning a Business Disaster Recovery strategy are:

Creating an alternate power plan
The requirement of a continuous supply of power is vital in any business. There are power outages or load shedding taking place on a regular basis, which may adversely affect the smooth running of any business. In such an event, a backup power supply, generators and the ability to operate from a different location becomes very important.

Making an alternative connectivity plan
It is a fact that many businesses are run on computer and internet connections as much as on electricity. It is quite common that there could be a power supply, connectivity problem or computer failure. Such failures can have an impact on the profitability of the company.

Identifying services matching your level of acceptable disaster risk
The failure of back up need not be only in-house or localised. You could be using an outsourced business also, such as credit card processing and other real-time services resulting in a colossal loss of funds and business. Therefore, outsourcing should be done keeping in mind their susceptibilities, their disaster recovery plans and whether they match your needs.

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