Disaster Recovery Sacramento CA ~ GroupOne IT
May 3rd, 2022 / City & Services Pages
Disaster Recovery is a must for any business. You can’t afford to lose your data and have it affect your bottom line and business operations.
GroupOne IT has been in the industry for over 10 years, so we know what works and what doesn’t when it comes to DR. We will help you get set up with a plan that fits within your budget and makes sense for your specific business needs so that you may return to operations.
Our team of experts are here to work with you every step of the way from installation, testing, training, and maintenance so you always feel confident in knowing that if something happens, at least you won’t be left out in the cold. From business records to client information, you can rest assured that our team of IT and DR experts at GroupOne IT will ensure secure business continuity. Call us today! We want to make sure all our clients are protected against disasters big or small!
Schedule an appointment today by calling 916.817.8877 or fill out our form here so that we can prepare your complete Disaster Recovery plan today!
Important Elements of an Effective DR Plan
For a business to have an effective DR plan in place in the event of a natural disaster, or even if a user accidentally performs an action that compromises critical files, there are a few elements that an effective disaster recovery plan must have:
- Disaster recovery team: In the event of a major disaster, this assigned group of specialists will be responsible for creating, implementing, and executing an effective plan. This includes knowing how to communicate with each other, employees, vendors and customers in order to get back up running quickly while keeping costs low.
- Risk evaluation: Evaluate potential hazards that could put your organization at risk. Strategize what measures and resources will be needed to resume business in the event of a cyber attack; for example: data protection protocols.
- Business-critical asset identification: The output of business critical asset identification is a good disaster recovery plan including documentation on which systems, applications, data, and other resources are most important for continuity. Also included in the document should be a step by step guide to recover any lost information or damaged hardware
- Backups: Organizations should determine who will perform backups, around-the-clock backup monitoring, what needs to be backed up, and how often. The organization must set a recovery point objective (RPO) that states the frequency of full or incremental data backups during each time period in order for an acceptable amount of downtime after disasters occur. A response plan includes a recovery time objective (RTO), which defines maximum tolerable amounts of system downtimes before disaster strikes.
Testing and optimization: Organizations should constantly test their security and data protection strategies to ensure that they are ready for any cyber-attack and adapting to constant business needs.
Why Trust GroupOne IT for Your DR Needs?
Whenever a disaster strikes, natural or man-made, a business and its data cannot afford to be compromised. Every minute you spend trying to recover lost data is costing you money and potential minutes you could spend growing your company. Therefore, you need a dedicated team of IT and DR professionals to tend to these needs.
As well as Managed IT services, we at GroupOne IT offer disaster recovery solutions for small to mid-sized businesses. We have been servicing the industry for the last 10 years, so we understand that it is critical to preserve your business data. We take the time to get to know you, your business, and your specific needs, so that we can be better prepared to serve you in the event your data could be compromised.
No matter what the disaster, you can rest assured that GroupOne IT will ensure complete security so that you may resume business operations.
Contact us at 916.817.8877 or fill out our form here so that we can start your disaster recovery planning today!
Written by Chris Wiegman