Disaster Recovery Plan

Disaster Recovery Plan

Disaster Recovery Plan – The complete process for securing and protecting your data. Disaster Recovery (DR) includes backups, the testing of those backups, the security of those backups in a secure offsite storage location, and the plan for using those backups to recover from a disaster. You need a sense of serenity.

Business Continuity Plan – The complete process for resumption of business. Business Continuity is significantly more far-reaching in scope and includes your Disaster Recovery plan, plus considerations for things like insurance policies, where your business will work from if something happens to your building, how you get a hold of your employees, customers, and vendors, how you get your phones working again. It is the “a [insert disaster here] happened and we lost everything – what does it take to get us back up and running” plan.

Here is the reality of the situation – disaster recovery plans would be better off to be named “data recovery insurance plans” and it would be easier to understand their importance. We all understand that with insurance, the better coverage/protection you require, the more expensive the policy. DR is very much a risk vs. cost analysis that must be done. Before you can really start building your Disaster Recovery Plan

Disaster recovery

Why Choose Us?

We provide personalised, business-specific IT strategies that allow you to focus on incredible innovation and creativity.

  • 24 hour diagnostic
  • Hard drive recovery
  • SSD recovery
  • Pen drive recovery
  • Protect your customers’ data, wherever it is.
  • Minimize human error and improve efficiency.

Data recovery FAQs

Our Data Recovery Technicians and Customer Services staff answer many thousands of telephone inquiries each year and although the need for a data recovery service is new to most of them the data loss incidents generally involve common device types and recurring themed questions.

1. How much does data recovery cost?

The cost of data recovery varies significantly from case to case. Not only are there many different types of devices–hard disk drives, solid-state drives, USB flash drives and SD cards, RAID arrays, etc.–but there are also many different reasons why you might need data recovered from any of these devices.

2. What does the data recovery process look like?

As we’ve just mentioned, the data recovery process begins with our free evaluation of your device in our cleanroom lab. Sending your device to our lab is easy: just contact us to arrange the evaluation and we’ll create a prepaid UPS shipping label you can print out.

How long does hard drive data recovery take?

We offer several service options; our emergency service has an average case completion time of under a day. Contact our customer service team for more information.