More moving parts mean more chance of failure. Replace “moving parts” by “comatose IT servers” and the adage still holds true.
- Business Continuity Management
- Disaster Recovery Planning
- Crisis Management
- Emergency Management Planning
- Workplace Health and Safety
- Pandemic Response Planning
- Risk Management
- Strategy Development
- Policy, Plan & Process Development
- Plan Testing and Exercising
- Maintenance, Governance & Compliance
- Outsourcing & Managed Services
- Training Services
- Digital Information Security Policy
- Information Security Management
- Cyber Security Awareness Training
- Security Review and Assessment
- Security Risk Management
- Vulnerability Identification & Testing
- Penetration Testing
- Network Traffic Analysis
- RPx Recovery Planner (BCM Software)
- MiRA Mobile Incident Response Application
- Solution Design & Implementation
- IT Service Management (ITIL/ITSM)
- IT Process & Policy Development
- IT Sourcing Strategy
- GovDC Migration Strategy
- Technology Refresh Strategy
- ITIL Audits
- Cloud Risk Assessment
- Technical User Training
How To Ensure Your Business Is 100% Safe
Your business is only as strong as its weakest link.
As an executive in any business, it is understandable that you want to ensure it is 100% safe, because your business is only as strong as its weakest link.
You know that if you have a disastrous incident it will cause irreversible damage to your company’s good name, your shareholders, board of directors and industry regulators. It will also cause severe legal ramifications. Sure, you can insure the physical assets of your business with an insurance policy, but it’s not the desks, chairs and IT infrastructure that keeps you in business, it’s your business processes and your staff.
There are strong commercial advantages to having a business continuity process in place, including boosting your brand perception, marketability and adherence to regulatory requirements.
We help you make sure that an incident won’t affect in your business by providing you with the industry skills, expertise and knowledge to ensure that your business goes beyond mere compliance to business continuity and recovery standards, through to a workable plan.
Most businesses experience change constantly. Markets, technologies, regulations and strategies all evolve. Enterprises that stand still get left behind and disappear, one way or another.
Few activities and operations are truly set it and forget it. Lights-out factories like the showcase installation run by technology company Siemens are proof of concept, but still the exception.
Do more with less. Who hasn’t already heard that in business? And just because something – like disaster recovery planning and management – is vital to ensuring enterprise survival does not mean that you cannot leverage your investment to get more out of it.
It may sound strange to talk about “touchy-feely” stuff like user experience in the context of IT disaster recovery. After all, the priority is on getting systems up and running again within recovery time and recovery point objectives, rather than sitting around in focus groups discussing feelings and opinions.
Time is money, as they say, and it is also a key factor in IT disaster recovery. Take, for instance, the well-known recovery time objective or RTO, which defines how fast you should get back to normal operations after an IT incident.
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