Business Continuity

 

It’s an unfortunate fact of life that IT infrastructure can and does fail. Faulty power grids, gas leaks, environmental hazards, or more common incidents caused by people or processes – these things happen. If your organisation were hit by a major IT problem, would it survive?

In the past, disaster recovery was cost-prohibitive and complex. Now with the prevalence of quality data centres, improvements in virtualisation and replication software, and the availability of high speed broadband, it is possible to deliver cost-effective, operational disaster recovery services. It has become a viable – and valuable – option for most organisations.