Disaster Recovery Services
Preserve Mission-Critical Functions in the Event of a CrisisIn the event of a disaster, does your organization have a plan to bring mission-critical systems back online and restore infrastructure?
According to Gartner1, the average cost of a minute of network downtime is $5,600. That’s $336,000 per hour of downtime. Minimizing the time spent between identifying a disaster and recovering your operations can save your organization from failure.
Connection’s Disaster Recovery Services help your organization establish plans to maintain and restore business processes, equipment, and human resources when disaster strikes. Disaster Recovery is a critical step to establishing Business Resiliency. These solutions are ideal for organizations that have already created a business continuity plan, but haven’t yet documented the exact steps to restoring minimum functionality.
Connection’s Disaster Recovery services are designed to help your organization:
- Ensure that end users have clear steps to recover interrupted application services and restore their normal production state.
- Ensure that new areas of the business are included in your organization’s overall Disaster Recovery Plan.
- Manage the costs associated with Disaster Recovery by leveraging new technology.
Expert Guidance from Business Resiliency SpecialistsConnection’s specialists have spent decades focused on understanding the business needs of organizations.
Achieve Business ResiliencyDisaster Recovery is the second step to establishing Business Resiliency, after Business Continuity. Designing, planning, and implementing disaster recovery solutions help your business avoid wasted staff time during an emergency in addition to managing costs associated with a disaster.
Each of Connection’s Disaster Recovery Services are customized to your requirements, infrastructure, and governance expectations. So your organization gets a plan that’s effective and easy to execute when a disruptive event occurs.
According to Gartner1, the average cost of a minute of network downtime is $5,600. That’s $336,000 per hour of downtime.
Disaster Recovery Services
Disaster Recovery Design
This is the first step in creating a Disaster Recovery Plan that’s a perfect fit for your organization. In addition to collecting your existing Business Continuity documents, Connection will conduct stakeholder workshops and interviews to better understand your organization’s requirements, application and infrastructure inventory, and existing information about any Disaster Recovery services you currently have in place. Connection then designs a state-of-the-art and cost-effective Disaster Recovery solution, which includes an investment analysis, implementation roadmap, and a cumulative Disaster Recovery Design report.
Disaster Recovery Plan
Turn your Disaster Recovery Plan into step-by-step instructions for your key personnel. Providing detailed, pre-written instructions eliminates delays due to your subject matter experts needing to reconstruct the exact steps of the procedures they designed but don’t perform every day. It also allows alternative personnel to step in if your subject matter experts are unable to execute the plan. Connection creates and consolidates test scripts for confirming proper operations in addition to delivering a guide written for your end users.
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