As a company, are you prepared for disasters, pandemics and other catastrophes that can possibly disrupt your business? Do you have a plan to keep your organization running as well as assist in the recovery of your business due to an unforeseen interruption in operations? Many business owners and executives want to know how to affordably, effectively protect their premise or cloud email servers against data loss incidents.
A “data-loss incident” can include power outages, natural disasters, fire and theft. In some instances, data loss stems from user error and physical damage. Alura prefers to break the idea of Business Continuity into 3 primary questions:
- What is your business’s BC/DR plan today?
- How much downtime can your business afford?
- Is your business properly budgeting for BC/DR?
From there, we work with the client to determine what data and systems are critical to the customer's business, and what kinds of continuity or recovery mechanisms are in place. Also, how does the customer react to IT disruptions and is the customer willing to invest in proper business protection? It is also essential to understand the client’s industry to address regulatory or compliance concerns.
Alura’s Business Continuity Planning services will provide the necessary confidence to mitigate any potential business disruption, whether a physical disaster, health related pandemic or more likely local causes such as fire, flooding, power loss or inaccessible office space. Disasters and emergencies occur at a moment’s notice. Having a contingency plan with emergency procedures is critical to ensure your business continues to operate during those difficult times.
Alura has more than 20 years of continuity planning expertise and know-how; and is a leading expert in business continuity management. Contact us today at by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 844.558.7200 to learn more about how to improve your risk management and stay in business.
When a business experiences a disruption in their services, it’s imperative that the business recovers rapidly, assuming normal operations as quickly as possible. This is true for premise, hybrid-cloud, and pure cloud environments alike.
Our innovative Arcus platform uses a hybrid cloud, on-site data backup solution that stores all data on a backup disaster recovery (BDR) device. Regardless of the magnitude or length of the data loss event, Arcus works to keep businesses operating efficiently. Read more about our SMB/Enterprise backup solution.