Disaster Recovery


Many businesses rely on Disaster Recovery (DR) services to prevent artificial or natural disasters from causing expensive service disruptions. However, operating in an environment that continually can be challenging, and sometimes system failure is inevitable. Therefore, although proactive prevention programs are necessary, it is equally essential to have reactive disaster strategies.

Disaster Recovery Assessment

Potential causes of downtime include:


  • Natural risks: Hurricane, fire, earthquake, etc.
  • Human-caused risks: Terrorism, crime, artificial structure failure, etc.
  • Civil risk: Riots, labor disputes, local political instability, etc.
  • Supplier risk: Power supplier failure, transportation vendor failure, etc.
    DR allows stepping over all these risks. The main requirement is the strategy must be compliant with the industry recommendations.


    To reach the most effective design, the strategy should have two major sections:


  • Business Continuity Management: When a disaster strikes, businesses are tested in their ability to restore their operations most efficiently and effectively. To ensure that their infrastructure can endure and counteract various problems, executives develop, plan and test their organizational foundation using a BCM plan. This process helps define the mission-critical processes, the duration to restore functions, the critical personnel involvement, the notification workflows, and the logistics of continuing operations.
  • Disaster Recovery Plan: Another critical element to include is a DRP. The DRP is the process a business uses to support the infrastructure and regain access to resources needed to resume normal, critical business functions, either through maintaining a vital workforce or recovering essential services and applications such as email, trading, voice, file server, accounting, and mobility.
  • Implementation: Our engineers have a broad knowledge of tools that provide the necessary set of features. We can offer a solution that fits your requirements.
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