Data Backup, Disaster Recovery, and Business Continuity Services in New Jersey
Backup and Disaster Recovery, also known as “BDR”, is a combination of data backup and disaster recovery solutions that work cohesively to ensure a company’s business continuity.
We offer an Intelligent BDR and continuity solution that ensures that business operations can continue in the event of hardware failure, data corruption, or other disasters.
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Intelligent BDR and Continuity Services
We provide small and medium-size businesses in New Jersey and surrounding area with Intelligent Business Continuity services, delivering Data Backup and Disaster Recovery solutions that give you the accessibility, security, and affordability you need to ensure your network and data is protected and your organizations are ready to face anything – from small accidents to a natural disaster.
We help you define your specific data backup, disaster recovery and business continuity needs, provide you with a most efficient solution, and take measures to keep the malicious users out of your business network and also use control over your users who exhibit risky computer behavior within your organization.
types of disasters
For BDR and IT Service Continuity, Wikipedia outlines disasters that can be the result of three broad categories of threats and hazards.
- The first category is natural hazards that include acts of nature such as floods, hurricanes, tornadoes, earthquakes, and epidemics.
- The second category is technological hazards that include accidents or the failures of systems and structures such as pipeline explosions, transportation accidents, utility disruptions, dam failures, and accidental hazardous material releases.
- The third category is human-caused threats that include intentional acts such as active assailant attacks, chemical or biological attacks, cyber attacks against data or infrastructure, and sabotage.
Preparedness measures for all categories and types of disasters fall into the five mission areas of prevention, protection, mitigation, response, and recovery.
IT disaster recovery control measures can be classified into the following three types:
- Preventive measures – Controls aimed at preventing an event from occurring.
- Detective measures – Controls aimed at detecting or discovering unwanted events.
- Corrective measures – Controls aimed at correcting or restoring the system after a disaster or an event.
Good disaster recovery plan measures dictate that these three types of controls be documented and exercised regularly using Disaster Recovery (DR) tests.
significance of BDR
Of companies that had a major loss of business data, 43% never reopen and 29% close within two years.
As IT systems have become increasingly critical to the smooth operation of a company, and arguably the economy as a whole, the importance of ensuring the continued operation of those systems, and their rapid recovery, has increased. Preparation for continuation or recovery of systems involves a significant investment of time and money to ensure minimal losses in the event of a disruptive event.
Prior to selecting a disaster recovery strategy, a disaster recovery planner first refers to their organization’s business continuity plan, which should indicate the key metrics of Recovery Point Objective and Recovery Time Objective. Metrics for business processes are then mapped to their systems and infrastructure.