Disaster Recovery

An IT disaster recovery plan comprises a set of policies, tools, and processes to restore or maintain the operations of essential IT infrastructure, software, and systems following a natural or man-made catastrophe.
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What is a Disaster Recovery Site?

Having a secondary physical data centre is an expensive endeavour requiring significant investment and maintenance, especially considering that cloud technology makes it redundant.

Disaster recovery planning and strategies are designed to address and overcome any events that can impede or halt business operations. These events, collectively known as disasters, can range from natural calamities such as building fires to severe system failures, deliberate attacks, or human mistakes.

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The Importance of Disaster Recovery

Technology plays an increasingly important role in every aspect of business, with applications and services enabling companies to be more agile, available, and connected. This trend has contributed to organisations’ widespread adoption of cloud computing to drive growth, innovation, and exceptional customer experience.

However, the migration to cloud environments—public, private or hybrid and the rise of remote workforces are introducing more infrastructure complexity and potential risks. Disaster recovery for cloud-based systems is critical to an overall business continuity strategy. A system breakdown or unplanned downtime can have severe consequences for businesses that rely heavily on cloud-based resources, applications, documents, and data storage to keep things running smoothly.

Every business needs to be able to recover quickly from any event that stops day-to-day operations, no matter their industry or size. This is why BOSS’ bespoke disaster recovery plan can prevent: data loss, reduced productivity and reputational damage. All of which can lead to lost customers and revenue.

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