Disaster Recovery is more than replication.
Planning to protect your data is crucial. You need to determine what data you need to access regularly, plan for availability, and determine solutions. But your technology recovery program needs to address more than the applications within your environment. You also need to consider whether your technology capabilities reflect demands from the business units that they support.
Your DR program needs to be proactive and not reactive.
Do your plans accurately reflect your current environment? Is there an established cadence for updates, testing, and exercises? Do your contracts with vendors address your DR priorities? Do you plan for prevention as well as detection and corrective action?
You need a holistic approach to prevention of outages and restoration of your technology so that you can continue to support vital business operations.
We can help.
- Current State Assessments
- Maturity Roadmaps
- Charters, Policies, & Procedures
- Technology Impact Analyses
- Disaster Recovery Plans
- Disaster Recovery Training
- Technology Crisis Response Procedures
- Data Center & Core Technology Assessments
- Disaster Recovery Gap Assessments
- Exercise Programs
- Cyber-Threat Exercises
- Program Management
- Plan Maintenance
- Vendor Management
- Compliance Support
- Systems Support
- Solutions Evaluations
- Plan Availability & Tools Evaluations
- Regulatory Compliance
- Industry Benchmarking