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Protect your business against the unexpected with our business continuity management and a disaster recovery plan to protect your company from data loss or system failure.

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Like any other knight, you want to defend your livelihood. Our business continuity plans can help protect your business from technological, physical and natural disaster threats. Schedule an appointment with us today so that we can evaluate your business and curate a customized plan based on your needs.
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Risk Assessment

Business continuity planning (BCP) is the process of creating a system of preventive and recovery measures to deal with potential threats to a company's operations. A major component of BCP is risk assessment, which involves identifying potential risks that can disrupt business operations.

The goal of risk assessment is to determine the likelihood and potential impact of each risk, so that appropriate steps can be taken to mitigate or avoid them.

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Business Impact Analysis

Business impact analysis (BIA) is a key component of Business Continuity Planning, and it involves assessing the potential effects of an interruption to business operations. Business Impact Analysis should consider both the direct and indirect impacts of an interruption, as well as the likelihood and severity of those impacts.

Together, Business Continuity Planning and BIA can help organizations develop robust plans for maintaining business operations in the face of major disruptions.

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Develop Recovery Strategies

In today's business world, technology plays a vital role in operations. From simple tasks like sending emails to complex processes like managing inventory, computers and software are essential for keeping businesses running smoothly. 

However, technology can also be a source of disruption. Power outages, hardware failures, and software glitches can all lead to downtime, which can be costly for businesses. That's why it's important to have a business continuity plan in place that includes a technology recovery strategies.

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Development & Implementation

By developing a plan for how to keep systems up and running in the event of an interruption, businesses can minimize the impact of disruptions and get back to business as quickly as possible. There are many different approaches that can be taken, but some common elements of developing an effective business continuity plan includes redundant systems, backup power sources, and off-site data storage.

By taking steps to ensure that technology disruptions don't result in complete downtime, businesses can keep operations running smoothly.

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Test, Train & Maintain

Once your business continuity plan is in place, you need to test it to make sure it will actually work in a real-world scenario. You can do this through simulations and exercises, which will help you identify any weak points in your plan.

Once you're confident that your plan will hold up in a crisis, you can start implementing it within your business. This process will take some time and effort, but it's essential for keeping your business running smoothly during an interruption.

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How The Process Works
Let's Prepare your business continuity plan together

By taking the time to develop a comprehensive business continuity management plan, we can help protect your business from the potentially devastating consequences of an interruption to your technology systems.

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Identify


First, we identify potential threats and the likelihood of them happening.

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Analyze


We analyze the severity of those threats and how they would affect your business.

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Strategy


We will outline steps for data backup and restoration, as well as contingency measures for critical business functions.

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Execute


A strong response plan involves a team of IT personnel dedicated to fixing the problem.

Recover Quickly

Measure


Once a plan is in place, we will test it to ensure that it will work in a real-world scenario.

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Benefits of developing a Business continuity plan

A business continuity management plan is an essential tool for any business. By taking the time to develop a plan, businesses can minimize the impact of disruptions, whether they be caused by a natural disaster, power outage, or data breach.

Remain Operational

Remain Operational

In the event of a power outage or disaster, having a business continuity plan in place will ensure that essential IT systems remain will operational.

Minimize Disruptions

Minimize Disruptions

Businesses continuity plans can help minimize disruptions caused by unexpected outages and ensure your employees are able to continue working.

Reduce Cost

Reduce Cost

By taking steps to ensure that technology disruptions don't result in complete downtime, you can reduce business costs and better protect your bottom line.

Recover Quickly

Recover Quickly

A well-developed continuity plan can help your business get back-in-action and recover quickly from serious disasters, such as a fire or flood.

Minimize Damages

Minimize Damages

By having a plan in place, you can know exactly what needs to be done in the event of a disaster, minimizing the amount of damages and downtime.

COMPETITIVE ADVANTAGE

COMPETITIVE ADVANTAGE

A strong business continuity program can differentiate your business from competitors in your ability to respond, recover, and resume operations should disruptions occur.

Create a business continuity plan today to protect your tomorrow.

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Frequently Asked Questions

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The amount of time it takes to implement a business continuity system will vary depending on the size and complexity of your business. However, there are some general steps that all businesses should take in order to get their business continuity system up and running. First, you need to assess your business's risks. This involves identifying potential hazards that could disrupt your business operations, and assessing the likelihood and impact of these events. Once you have a good understanding of the risks your business faces, you can start developing your business continuity plan.
Any business should have a business continuity plan in place in case of an emergency. But how do you know if your business continuity plan will work? The best way to find out is to test it. You can run a simulated test, which involves setting up a mock emergency and seeing how your plan holds up. This will help you identify any weak points in your plan so that you can make the necessary adjustments. You can also conduct a live test, which is essentially implementing your business continuity plan during an actual emergency. This can be more risky, but it will give you a true sense of whether or not your plan is effective. Whichever route you choose, testing your business continuity plan is essential to ensuring its effectiveness.
Many business owners believe that business continuity management (BCM) and disaster recovery (DR) are interchangeable terms. However, there is a key distinction between the two. Business Continuity Management is an ongoing process that aims to ensure that a business can continue to operate in the event of an emergency. Disaster Recovery, on the other hand, is a specific plan for recovering from a disruptive event. While BCM includes elements of DR, it is important to note that the two concepts are not synonymous.

Business continuity management encompasses a wide range of activities, from identifying potential risks to developing contingency plans. The goal of Business Continuity Management is to minimize the impact of an interruption on business operations. In contrast, disaster recovery focuses specifically on restoring business operations after they have been disrupted. Disaster Recovery plans typically outline steps for data backup and restoration, as well as contingency measures for critical business functions.

Given the different scope and objectives of Business Continuity Management and Disaster Recovery, it is important for businesses to have both a business continuity plan and a disaster recovery plan in place. By taking a comprehensive approach to emergency preparedness, businesses can minimize the likelihood of disruptions and ensure that they are able to quickly bounce back if an incident does occur.
When it comes to business, there is no such thing as a sure thing. Even the most successful companies can face unforeseen challenges that threaten their continued operations. That's why it's important to have a business continuity plan in place. A business continuity plan is a document that outlines how a business will continue to function in the event of an interruption. The goal of a business continuity plan is to minimize the disruption to the business and to ensure that critical functions can continue. To create a business continuity plan, businesses should first identify their critical functions and then determine how those functions can be maintained in the event of an interruption. The plan should then be regularly updated and tested to ensure that it is effective. By taking these steps, businesses can ensure that they are prepared for whatever challenges they may face.
When it comes to business, there is no such thing as a sure thing. Even the most successful companies can face unforeseen challenges that threaten their continued operations. That's why it's important to have a business continuity plan in place. A business continuity plan is a document that outlines how a business will continue to function in the event of an interruption. The goal of a business continuity plan is to minimize the disruption to the business and to ensure that critical functions can continue. To create a business continuity plan, businesses should first identify their critical functions and then determine how those functions can be maintained in the event of an interruption. The plan should then be regularly updated and tested to ensure that it is effective. By taking these steps, businesses can ensure that they are prepared for whatever challenges they may face.
Any business needs certain IT systems in order to function properly and ensure business continuity. These systems must be designed specifically for the business in question, taking into account its specific needs and requirements. They must be able to provide the business with the necessary information and support in order to continue operating in the event of a major incident or disaster. Without these systems, business continuity would be impossible.

Some of the most essential IT systems for business continuity include enterprise resource planning (ERP) systems, customer relationship management (CRM) systems, and supply chain management (SCM) systems. These systems provide businesses with the ability to manage their resources, customers, and supply chains efficiently and effectively, even in the face of major disruptions. Businesses that do not have these essential IT systems in place are at a significant disadvantage when it comes to business continuity planning.