Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery

Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery. Disaster Recovery (DR) focuses on the restoration of IT infrastructure and data after a disruptive event, ensuring that systems can be recovered and brought back online swiftly. On the other hand, Business Continuity (BC) encompasses a broader scope, aiming to maintain critical business functions during and after a disaster, addressing not only IT but also people, processes, and facilities. Business Continuity. Typically deals with Technology-centric aspects of recovery Restoration Focus on the restoration of IT Systems and Data to the latest good version Minimise Downtime Downtime is expensive so being able to retore quickly is really important, this means having the right tools and support Good Processes Processes such as data backup, system replication, and failover mechanisms, need planning and documentation In essence, while Disaster Recovery primarily focuses on the technical aspects of IT system recovery, Business Continuity takes a broader view, encompassing the entire organization and its ability to maintain critical functions during and after a disaster. Both are integral components of a comprehensive risk management strategy aimed at

Learn More

Let's Talk.

This site is protected by reCAPTCHA and the Google Privacy Policy and Terms of Service apply.