Is Your Company Prepared for a Disaster?
Disasters come in all shapes and sizes.
A typical organization depends on many different technologies to run their business and they can easily be impacted by a weather event – earthquake, tornado, flood, fire - or held hostage by ransomware, hit by a cyberattack, or shut down by a power outage or server failure.
It’s often said that when it comes to disasters, it’s not a matter of “if” but “when.” Regardless of the type of disruption or disaster, protecting your organization’s data and recovering from an incident is critical.
Do you need Disaster Recovery services?
Your data is your currency in today’s marketplace. Maintaining business continuity and recovering from disasters quickly and completely is vital. Consider a potential catastrophic cyber event. Would you know where to find critical business and technology recovery information and artifacts? Under high-stress scenarios, it can become a real logistical nightmare to recover your data.
Because a disruption to even a single service might adversely affect business, a comprehensive Disaster Recovery (DR) plan is essential in minimizing downtime and preventing data loss in the face of disaster. A majority of organizations include data integrity and backups in their DR plans, but consider these other critical areas that if compromised could take critical services and business processes offline and put your business at risk, such as network and internet connectivity, physical security, telecom infrastructure, and HVAC systems.
The key to minimizing downtime and data loss are redundant technologies that allow you to rely on a secondary source of power, additional copies of data, or failover infrastructure -- but building these out yourself can be quite costly. Therefore given budget constraints, it’s important to establish priorities, develop a plan that allows for acceptable level of risk, and consider managed and cloud DR services to reduce your CapEx spend.
Does your business have a robust DR plan and solutions in place to efficiently restore your data and services and get you back on track quickly, or even avoid any disruptions to your operations? If not, Quest can help.
Disaster Recovery Services from Quest
Quest’s expert Disaster Recovery teams have developed and implemented hundreds of customized DR plans and high availability and recovery solutions to help companies prepare for the possibility of a catastrophe, bolster resiliency and recovery, and resume business operations should one occur.
Quest’s flexible and scalable Disaster Recovery services ensure that your data is continually replicated from both physical and virtual environments to a secure offsite data center or cloud infrastructure of your choice. And, in the event of a disaster, your business has failover and failback protection, server virtualization, and redundant power.
No matter what the crisis, Quest can assist you with preparing a comprehensive Disaster Recovery plan and delivering managed or cloud DR solutions that fail-safes your environment and improves your ability to overcome disruptions.
How do Disaster Recovery Services work?
Quest’s DR experts will first assess your current situation. The team will work with you to identify the most critical aspects of your organization’s technology, including required applications, network infrastructure, and sensitive data.
Quest’s fully managed or cloud-based DR solutions and global Service Delivery Centers can free up your internal staff, reduce your footprint, and minimize unnecessary risks by safely moving your critical data off premise. Quest offers customized Recovery Point Objectives (RPO) and Recovery Time Objectives (RTO) ensuring critical applications recover quickly and secondary applications do so in the most cost-effective timeframe. With Quest DR Services, all workloads, infrastructure, and environments reside in redundant, enterprise-class data centers that are monitored 24/7.
Our Disaster Recovery experts will work with you to develop an end-to-end strategy with replication, availability, recovery, and archiving solutions that protect your business from disruption and allow you to recover quickly from any disaster that may arise.