A comprehensive Disaster Recovery Plan (DRP) should include procedures to address business continuity, information technology, voice communication, personnel and other critical functions that are specific to a business – it’s not just about good backups! Onsite and cloud based backups play an important role in any DRP, but they are only pieces of the puzzle.
We can help you design a DRP that includes information technology. A DRP is a multi-step process designed to identify and address:
- Critical jobs necessary to bring your business back online.
- Office equipment required, such as desks, chairs, office supplies, computers, software, telephones, etc.
- Supporting equipment, such as servers, server software, data backups, both onsite and offsite, telephone system, cash for operations.
- Alternate office space for relocation.
- Insurance to cover the costs associated with the catastrophic event and budgets to cover the shortfalls and time between the event and reimbursement from the insurance coverage.
- Offsite replication of data (see our online backups).
- Document the plan
- Assign key personnel to carry out the plan
- Store the plan offsite.
- Share it with key personnel.
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