Disaster Recovery PlanningDRP's that are ready for action at a moment's notice
Think for a moment, how crippled your organisation would be if your system fails, your data’s vanished, your backups won’t work. This is your worst case scenario, but one we take on as routine. Integris is serious about disaster recovery planning from the moment you commission a new system or call us in to review your current one. The four main phases of good disaster recovery are:
Good strategy is the antidote to competition. Strategic DRP is the process of developing a disaster Recovery strategy that defines critical aspects of your system and the prerequisites required to bring your system back up in the least possible time.
The identification of critical systems will provoke the need to focus system redundancy in areas that matter the most to your business operations. Essentially – your most valuable data and operational systems. A regular review of your DRP is also a key aspect to making sure it is relevant and evvective to reflect the changing system requirements.
Having a DRP that’s impossible to execute or incorrectly documented is often the achillies heel of good DRP’s. Integris works closely with you to understand the priorities that ensure the DRP is ready to be executed at a moments notice.
From the outset, we have a robust, up-to-date plan for Data Recovery that’s ready to spring into action at a moments notice. We know exactly what it takes to get your organisation up-and-running as quickly as possible when disaster strikes!
- Communication plan and role assignments
- Equipment and Systems redundancy
- Data continuity systems
- Backup validations
- Asset inventory
- Updated network and system documentation
- Vendor communication and service restoration plan