Disaster Recovery and Business Continuity
Natural disasters, pandemics and cyber attacks will happen. They cause massive disruptions and threaten your business. Companies need to invest in disaster recovery and business continuity strategies.
A good fractional CIO has the planning and well-tested strategies. You can greatly reduce the impacts of a disaster on your business. The key is to plan extensively and test so you are confident your company is up and running again quickly. A good DR/BC plan reduces the risk of losing revenue and customers.
DR/BC planning is the procedures and communications you deploy before and during a disaster. The goal is to dramatically reduce or eliminate downtime. This ensures the data, networks, systems, employees and locations are accessible and protected.
Business continuity and disaster recovery planning are critical to a business’ ability to navigate interruptions to business functions and recover in case of a disaster. Our CIOs help you identify critical assets and plan accordingly.
Disaster Recovery Plan
Many multinational and global organizations have Disaster Recovery /Business Continuity plans. They realize that it pays to cover yourself against any possible risk or threat. The cost of doing so is considered a necessary expenditure.
business impact analysis
Business Impact Analyis is the process of figuring out the criticality of enterprise operations. It can identify single points of failure, gaps and undocumented critical processes.
IT audits provide intelligence and insight into potential gaps in processes and procedures in an IT environment. Audits identify problem areas by reviewing how well technology controls are designed and implemented.