The word “disaster” is one you never want to hear in business.
Even if it’s a seemingly minor disaster, it usually means taking time away from business to investigate the root cause, clean up the mess, update processes, and sometimes even apologize to clients or employees who were harmed in the wake of it. AS everyone knows, downtime in any sense of the word is bad for business.
Not all disaster recovery plans are created equal. You need to analyze your business needs; evaluate how long you could survive without critical components of company and formulate a plan to meet those challenges. Simple steps such as routine checks of your backups for data integrity, identifying your internal members of an incident response team, and testing your preparedness can go a long way in helping you get through these times of crisis.
Welsh Consulting offers a wide range of expertise in helping you formulate and test disaster recovery and business continuity plans. We can help you tailor a strategy that meets your desired goals and assist you in the creation of solid recovery tactics, procedures, and processes. A disaster recovery plan can help you prepare, prevent, and handle one if and when it does occur.