Hardware-as-a-Service (HAAS) / Disaster Recovery
- Is your business prepared for the unexpected?
- What would my business consider a disaster?
- Natural Disasters (i.e. snow, hurricanes, tornados, earthquakes, fires, etc.)
- Employee Downtime from old equipment running the risk of system crash
- Employee Downtime due to 3rd party software malfunctions
- Employee Downtime due to 3rd party attacks on your internal network
- Employee Downtime due to a disgruntled employee
- Employee Downtime due to situations keeping staff from their work space
- Employee Downtime due to theft in the office place
How do these disasters affect your business
The Affects of a Disaster on a Business
- Your company cannot do "business as usual"
- Staff may be unable to perform many functions
- Clients may not be able to reach your staff
- Prospects may not be able to be engaged
- Revenue your staff produces by the hour ceases every hour they can't produce
Did You Know?
- According to the analyst firm IDC, about 70% of ALL successful attacks on computer networks were carried out by employees and insiders
- According to a recent Touché Ross study, the survival rate for companies without a disaster recovery plan is less than 10%!
- International Data Corp. estimates that companies lose an average of $84,000 for every hour of downtime
How we provide peace of mind
Step 1: Keeping An Eye on Your Business
- Remote Monitoring and Management
- Daily health checks (i.e. event log, disk space, CPU monitoring)
- Anti-virus updates
- Back-up verification
- Updates to address system security vulnerabilities
- Configuration management
- Virus detection, elimination and protection
- Consulting recommendations
Step 2: Backing Up Your Business
Step 3: Plan To Keep Your Business Growing
- Identify all key positions and critical responsibilities
- Create virtual and remote access for these positions and job functions
- Strategize a comprehensive disaster recovery plan
- Document, practice and keep your new comprehensive disaster recovery plan updated