Disaster can strike in unexpected forms.

It's important to be prepared with a Disaster Recovery Plan.

Vintage IT Services has the infrastructure and expertise to design and implement any type of disaster recovery that your organization requires.

What Is The Purpose Of A Disaster Recovery Plan?

Every business wants to protect its operations from downtime and the loss of data. Cyber-attacks, equipment failures, and natural disasters are real threats that can put your business operations at risk.

A disaster recovery plan, also known as a Business Continuity plan, documents policies and procedures to limit the disruption to your business.

Without investing in any hardware, your company can be protected with online backups. It’s a secure, automated process for replication and recovering applications and data in case of a disruptive event. Since you pay only for what you need, this is a flexible, low-cost alternative to traditional solutions.

As part of any good business continuity plan, remote replication copies data to a secondary site. This is useful to maintain server images with the latest configuration. These are all set to be made live in case of a serious outage at the primary site.

A Better Way To Prepare Your Business For The Worst

Disaster recovery planning is an IT priority. An efficiently carried out disaster plan increases the likelihood of business survival.

However, lack of proper planning, testing, and resources can put your company at risk of losing critical information and revenue.

Only a small number of businesses who lose data without a disaster recovery plan survive and operate two years later.

Vintage IT Services offers a cost-efficient and agile solution to implement or replace dated disaster recovery plans. Streamline your disaster recovery while tailoring it to your specific business needs with our internally developed and supported cloud infrastructure.

Added Benefits of Disaster Recovery Plans

Having a strong disaster recovery plan could also mean a possible reduction in insurance premiums. Especially if a business can demonstrate to its insurers that it has undertaken sufficient measures to identify and mitigate risks.

Being prepared with a disaster recovery plan can also assist in securing new business contracts with key customers. Your business has proof of being able to continue operating or providing goods or services in the event of a crisis.

Be prepared for when disaster strikes with Vintage IT Services