Business Continuity – Could your business survive the loss of your Premises, IT and Telecoms?

Ensuring business continuity is our speciality – for all sizes of business

ITCS Business Continuity Planning

Businesses could lose everything when a disaster – natural or otherwise – strikes. Business Continuity Planning means they don’t have to.

Lets say a fire breaks out at 18:00.  After a call from police, the Directors arrive on site by 18:30 to find they are unable to access the building or any of the equipment in it for some time.

That could be the end for a small business.  However, with a Disaster Recovery Plan, the loss of a building and equipment won’t mean the loss of your business – the plan kicks into action.

The Directors contact ITCS at 19:30 and are offered immediate access to the ITCS Business Continuity site.  Assisted by ITCS staff, on call engineers are immediately assigned to recover the data from offsite backups to a loan server at the ITCS offices. Telephone lines are redirected to the ITCS Business Continuity Site.  All email redirection is put in place to allow the core team to function by 08:00 the following morning. ITCS provide PC and Telephone Hardware for use by the client so that business can continue until you are able to return to your premises.

  • Email Redirection

  • Offsite Data Backups

  • Daily Backup Monitoring

  • Data Recovery Tests

  • Failover Telecoms

  • Emergency Office Location

  • IT Consultancy to advise through your DR

  • Server, PC, & Telephone Loan

Cost effective Disaster Recovery Plans for Businesses of all sizes

Each business is unique and we can help put a Business Continuity Plan in place to meet the requirements and circumstances of your individual business.  We will help you consider and assess potential risks that your IT and Telecoms infrastructures are exposed to, and work with you.  We hope that the Business Continuity Plan never needs to be used  but if it is, IT and Telecoms will be our problem not yours – because in the event of a disaster, Directors have enough to worry about.

The advantages of disaster recovery planning can be numerous, touching upon many spheres of the business:

  • Ability to maintain, or resume, operational trading

  • Reducing downtime through the mitigation of disasters

  • Increases confidence of associates, clients, investors and business partners.

  • Safeguarding reputation, brand and image

  • Prevents loss of customers to competitors due to inability to trade

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