On average, infrastructure failure costs $100,000 per hour. Critical application failures exact a far steeper toll, from $500,000 to $1 million per hour. – International Data Corporation
From an organizational perspective, backup and disaster recovery solutions are two sides of the same coin due to their interrelated nature. As an organization, which has sensitive information, records, and client data, it should be understood that these two services go hand in hand. To this end, your firm needs a specialist that provides backup, disaster recovery, and business continuity services. That is us.
Option One Technologies (OOT) Business Continuity Consulting Services can help identify and address resiliency obstacles among business processes, applications, and infrastructure. We provide compliant business continuity planning and disaster recovery services to address your specific needs, including assessments, design, implementation, testing, and complete management.
Don't leave your business at ris. With our backup disaster recovery solutions, your organization’s data is protected from cyber threats, and down time preventing any undesirable stoppage in business operations.
Assess: We offer you the services of highly skilled resiliency professionals to help you assess, design, implement, test and sustain a sound enterprise-grade resilience program.
Plan & Document: Absolutely every essential activity that makes up your disaster recovery procedure should be written up with clear instructions and directions. This should also include step-by-step guides for people to follow. Having processes clearly described can help maintain control and fast recovery.
Implement & Test: Testing the failover capabilities of your disaster recovery solution is of crucial importance to make sure it works when needed. It is also just as important to test the rest of your plan and make sure it is equally as robust.
Manage: Asses, and re-asses your plan every year or every time there's a change in critical business applications or infrastructure. Make sure your plan is up-to-date. If it’s older than 5 years, you are asking for trouble.