Disaster Recovery Plans
keep you prepared for any situation

Why is it important to have a DRP?

A disaster can severely limit your ability to provide services and products to your users, affecting your sales, customer satisfaction, shareholder behaviour, public relations and your corporate image, therefore damaging profitability. Disaster Recovery Plans in technological environments have become increasingly important as information technologies have gained importance in the development and support of business processes, often after a previous unfortunate experience.

A disaster recovery plan (DRP) is a recovery process that protects critical data, hardware and software so the business can resume operations in the event of a natural or man-made disaster.

Businesses need to know what impact a service outage or data loss could have so that they can anticipate and design a good disaster recovery plan with its corresponding RTO (Recovery Time Objective) and RPO (Recovery Point Objective).

The existing market is characterised by constantly changing customer needs, determined by data growth, regulatory changes and the increasing impact of every second when data or the online application is not available. For this reason, we are committed to designing a disaster recovery plan that best suits your needs.

Designing a disaster recovery plan

In our experience, the most important thing to do when creating a disaster recovery plan is to study your environment beforehand. In this way, we will look for the solutions that best cover your needs, which can be from something as basic and important as backups with a restoration procedure, to complex replication systems in physical and virtual environments.

Together with you, we will develop an action protocol to guarantee the continuity of your business in the event of a main service outage. This protocol will detail:

  • The teams involved in business continuity plans.
  • Analysis and detection of critical business services.
  • Detailed DRP implementation plan.
  • Return plan of DRP to the main platform.
  • Service restoration check.
  • Analysis to find out why the main platform has failed.
  • Planning of periodic tests.