IT Systems Recovery After Disaster
When your organization experiences a disruption such as a data breach, hardware failure, or other disaster, the ability to keep operations going relies on your Business Continuity Plan (BCP). According to FEMA, 43% of businesses do not reopen after a disaster and another 25% fail within one year. With a thorough BCP, you can significantly reduce your chances of failure while demonstrating to your clients, shareholders, and employees the resilience of your business to withstand any disaster.
When faced with downtime, our job at Systems Engineering (SE) is to help you rebuild and recover your IT systems as quickly as possible. While BCPs consist of varying organizational factors, we work with our clients to ensure their Disaster Recovery (DR) needs align with technology by offering best practices and strategies for data protection and systems recovery.
Let Us Put Your Disaster Recovery Plans to the Test
Already have a BCP in place? Our SE Virtual CIO service can help prove the validity of your current BC/DR plans. We offer valuable tabletop exercises, creating disaster scenarios in safe environment that challenge your plans to find what works and what doesn’t. GET STARTED by filling out the form located on the side of this page.