Disaster Recovery

Disaster Recovery

Disaster Recovery

From Backups to Business Continuity

Disaster Recovery – Business Continuity from True IT prevents data loss and costly downtime, and ensures continuity if disaster strikes your place of business.

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System At Rest

  1. Data is saved to the local device and backed up to the secure cloud.
  2. An image-based backup is captured, ensuring a picture of your entire system is taken for complete recovery.
  3. Once a valid backup is completed, a customized confirmation is sent.
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System Failure

  1. If a piece of system equipment fails and crashes, you receive an alert.
  2. The entire system is virtualized on a local device in seconds.
  3. The entire system runs from the local device until the system equipment is restored.
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On-site Failure

  1. If a natural disaster or cyber-attack destroys on-site infrastructure, your entire system can be instantly virtualized from the secure cloud.
  2. Until local systems and devices are restored, your entire system can continue to function from the secure cloud.
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Disaster Recovery from True IT

Before a calamity disrupts their regular company operations and processes, the majority of firms do not recognize the significance of a business continuity strategy. Unexpected difficulties can have a substantial influence on corporate productivity and efficiency, as well as cause expensive setbacks that eventually have an impact on income streams.

A power outage is one of several unplanned incidents that can interfere with business operations and cause downtime. Managed service providers (MSPs) can assist businesses in greatly reducing the effect of an unforeseen incident by implementing a business continuity plan.


What is a business continuity plan?

An organization-wide approach known as a business continuity plan (BCP) lays out the procedures and actions to sustain the company’s crucial operations and keep them functioning in the event of an unplanned disruption or disaster. The process of generating this detailed plan is known as business continuity planning.

A disaster recovery plan, which mainly concentrates on restoring access to the IT infrastructure and data after a disaster, is less comprehensive than the BCP. BCPs comprise backup plans for all potential business partners, assets, operations, processes, human resources, and other factors.

In the event of an emergency, people can refer to the BCP’s thorough structure and step-by-step instructions. Data backups, supplies and equipment, and backup sites are listed on a checklist that is also included. Additionally, it includes the phone numbers and addresses of emergency responders, backup site providers, essential staff, and their replacements.


A business continuity plan’s importance

A business continuity plan takes time to develop and put into action, but if a calamity occurs, the work will be worthwhile. MSPs are frequently asked to create a BCP for their clients. Here are several reasons every company needs a business continuity plan.

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With Disaster Recovery – Business Continuity from True IT you will prevent data loss, costly
downtime should disaster strike your place of the business ensuring your continuity.

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