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Tekscape’s disaster recovery plan is scalable, private, and reliable. If there is a disaster, Tekscape is able to provide on-demand virtual desktop support, virtualization, storage, and secured recovery. Ensure privacy and reliability with quality customer support when the time comes. It may not be pleasant to think about, but there are any number of catastrophic events that could make it very difficult for your company to keep going with business as usual. Wildfires, hurricanes, tornadoes, and earthquakes are all possible, depending what region you’re located in. Or consider the frightening, but real, possibility of a massive cyberattack that results in data theft or loss.
In the event of a business interruption, you need to be able to prioritize what data is mission-critical for your operation, and which can wait a little longer for restoration. This will ensure that you don’t panic in the event of a disaster and are able to provide clear directions for your IT team to aid the restoration efforts. This template can help you plan.
How vulnerable is your company to a disruptive event? Look at data to help you understand the implications, such as historical weather data, FEMA reports, and reports of third party vendor cyberattacks. After reviewing available data, you should be able to gauge the different types of scenarios that might impact your business, and get a better sense of how likely each type is to occur.
Now that you know what the risks are and the potential impact to your business, it’s important to build an emergency budget and plan to restore your mission-critical data operations, identifying the tools, internal resources, and outside vendors that can help you do this. Make sure you carefully read any vendors’ Service Level Agreements to understand their recovery time objective (RTO)—the acceptable duration for applications to be out of action—and recovery point objectives (RPO)—the acceptable amount of time data is down for, and choose one that offers fast recovery time guarantees within your target budget.