DISASTER RECOVERY PLANNING
Like most organizations, you probably rely on data for the daily operation and success of your business. As the enterprise and business world relies more and more on data, it is increasingly important to have a data disaster recovery plan. DTS’ disaster recovery specialists work with you to create a unique and custom plan for your business and determine the risk assumptions associated with your organization and solutions.
A disaster recovery plan must start with an emergency plan. Using an index of emergency related documents and information like checklists for fault-analysis and recovery procedures, DTS will create a plan specific for your business and needs. DTS tracks emergency roles for key personnel and contact lists and indexes emergency access information such as passwords and locations for keys.
In avoiding disaster, one of the best places to start is to review and test current purposes and objectives. By providing a business process analysis and supporting documentation, DTS can help you identify weak areas of your infrastructure and classify the risks while providing a prioritized solution plan.
From data monitoring to data documentation and control, DTS can ensure that your data is protected and can be recovered through a documented process, if disaster should strike.
DTS’ experts will document all of your IT services, both current and proposed. By reviewing your processes and procedures, our disaster recovery specialists can identify current and potential risks and threats against your IT infrastructure.
DTS will evaluate your current IT infrastructure to determine your risks and threats. Whether it is against your entire network, individual workstations, or email infiltration, DTS will determine where your risks are and compile scenarios of risk and how we can combat those risks. DTS will also provide contingency planning in the case of an attack or infiltration.
A key component of every disaster recovery plan is the cost associated with any data disaster. When data disaster does strike, you can not only lose critical data, but can lose time, resources, and productivity. When you know the costs associated with disasters and disaster recovery, you can better prepare for those issues and situations before they occur.