The difference between the survival and demise of your organization
Aeko’s Business Continuity Program – 3 Key Steps
Avoid human-driven disasters. Aeko maintains absolute vigilance when it comes to detecting and destroying malware and other malicious software. Aeko also trains and monitors your staff to eliminate human errors that open up the door to hackers and viruses.
Design, develop, and implement a ’Warm Site’ business continuity solution. In the event of a disaster, our backup solutions allow you to spin up a copy of your servers locally or in the cloud to keep your business running, allowing you to focus on your incident response.
Prepare and train your employees on what to do if a catastrophic emergency happens to your company. We make sure each person knows how to log into the “Warm Site” and get back to work from wherever they are located and that security protocols are firmly in place so that your employees can easily access their data, works-in-progress, email, and third-party software your company needs to get work done.
A Custom Disaster Recovery Strategy
Because Your Company Is Unique
All companies are not alike, so your backup strategy should be customized to you.
Does your IT provider perform regular test restores to verify your backups?
Have they discussed your Recovery Point Objective (RPO) or Recovery Time Objective (RTO)?
In the event of a disaster, do you know how long it would take to restore minimal business operations?
An effective backup strategy is not a “set and forget” plan. It requires monitoring and reviews to ensure your data is safe and can be recovered.
The Staples Study
Office supply giant Staples surveyed hundreds of employees and managers at U.S. businesses and found that most organizations have a need for more proactive planning and training to prepare for possible contingencies. Only about half of all employees said they believe their organization is prepared for the impact of a disaster or other type of “severe emergency.”
Meanwhile, almost two out of three survey respondents indicated that their organization has not reevaluated its safety and recovery plans in the wake of recent natural disasters.
The cost of not being prepared can be higher than a company may realize. Approximately half of the businesses represented in the survey had been forced to temporarily shut down due to severe weather during the preceding six months, with an estimated cost of up to $50 billion in lost productivity.
As the old adage goes, if you fail to plan, you plan to fail. Organizations that do not prepare for a crisis in advance are likely to see a much greater impact on their operations.
Comprehensive IT services to manage your entire technology and information security infrastructure.
Going beyond the technical aspects of security, our solution takes cyber security to a higher information security level.
“An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.” The old adage applies to Disaster Prevention and Recovery more than ever. Our systems guard against disaster while preparing to weather the worst storm.
24x7x365 Help Desk Services for Servers and NOC Monitoring combined with complete cloud, software, and hardware management.