A Brief Overview Of The Disaster Recovery Planning Process
As the technology is evolving by leaps and bounds, every sphere of the world is transforming at an alarming pace. Presently, no company can make a thought about reaching the desired business goals without the usage of state of the art equipment and high tech gadgets such as computers, hosting server, and so on. And when it is talked about the commercial sector, data is one of the key aspects that encompass all the necessary information regarding sales, client’s reviews, marketing tools etc. In other words, data is essentially the collection of plain facts and statistics that are organized during the operations of business. Moreover, in this tech driven world, the infrastructure of the organizations plays a vital role in securing the most important prized possessions and all the necessary equipment, computers, hardware, files and many others which boast important information and business data. Well! There is no doubt in the fact that your investment should be secured and safeguarded against any types of manmade or natural disasters that can cause damage to the company. In context to this, there are many data centers that strive to provide disaster recovery as a service and this service is focused on recovery of information technology, data, assets and services which is caused after an undesired incident on an organization.
The disaster could be any- natural, environmental or manmade. A disaster recovery plan, also called as business continuity plan (BCP) or business process contingency plan (BPCP) includes the tricks and tips which describe how a company should deal with the prospective disasters. It encompasses the list of precautions that ought to be taken so as to minimize the effects of disasters in order to maintain or resume the mission-critical functions. In other words, the disaster recovery plan includes a significant information and plan about disaster prevention.
Presently, disaster recovery is becoming an important aspect of enterprise computing. As the devices, equipment and IT networks are becoming more complex and complicated, thus the data recovery plan should also be complex that can throw light on protecting the greatest investments of the business owners. Well! Depending on the size and nature of the organization, processes involved, and the level of security required, data recovery plans also varies from one enterprise to another. If you are someone who is seeking high quality and premium dr as a service, then without any doubt you should straightway route to RackBank. Founded in 2013 and headquartered in Indore, it is one of the leading data centers that proffer exclusive disaster recovery services to their prospective clients.
No matter how complex your business operations are and no matter which processes are used by it, RackBank makes sure to design unparallel strategies and plans that can empower our clients to attain their business objectives in a hassle free manner. Their disaster recovery as a service (DRaas) is categorized as follows:
- Cold sites: It is a service that lays emphasis on providing the most basic essentials of infra needs- power and networking capability will cooling systems.
- Hot sites: This is an extensive line of service that takes a lot of planning process to make sure that the company has zero off minimal downtime of the services.
- Warm sites: This kind of disaster recovery service provides the cold site’s services followed by hardware service along with the servers and switches. For this, all you need is to duplicate your data from the primary site which can be utilized any time your original site breaks down or stops working.
Rackbank is driven by a team of competent and highly skillful professionals who are dedicated to assisting their clients in the best possible manner. With us, you are assured to get top notch services and that too at the most reasonable rate and in a timely manner. Till date, we have provided our services to an array of industries such as startups, media and entertainment industry, ecommerce and retail, government, BFSI and so on.
Ronak Patel has been Marketing and Sales Executive at RackBank for over 2 years. He's our wise advisor who implements results-driven sales strategies and also likes to share insights via blogging.View Ronal Patel`s profile for more