To Digica, Business Continuity Strategies are more than a detailed document that outlines configurations and responsibilities. It is also a not limited to back up procedures. In today’s economy, Business Continuity must involve a certain degree of Cloud technologies, up to and including off-site procedures, automated technology escalations, and N to the power of cloud layers of redundancy.
It has taken Digica years to develop proper Business Continuity Strategies for our customers, and today, we focus on four main components to ensure peace of mind when your company will need it most:
- Environment / Infrastructure: Physical Layer of proper Business Continuity strategies.
- Processes / Procedures: Efficiency of Execution, when it counts the most.
- Documentation / Planning: Clear, Concise and Transparent documentation.
- Accountability / In-Out-Source: Who is responsible for what, and when.
In essence, to have great technology does not make an organization impervious to continuity risk, and to have a great plan with no execution is even worse. A fundamental aspect of an operational Business Continuity plan is the technology layer.
Digica’s proven methodologies will walk your organization through the Who, What, Where, When, Why and How of proper Business Continuity planning.
Did you know that…
Most companies think that a tape back up solution is the same as a Business Continuity Solution? The truth is that they are actually completely different things.
Business Continuity Planning is the plan that involves LOGISITCAL actions for how your organization will recover and restore partially or completely interrupted critical functions. In plain language, it is THE plan to work out “how to stay in business in the event of a disaster”, not recover from one.
Digica Solutions has been focusing on delivering Business Continuity Services since early 2007. Ask us how we can help your organization like we have done for several others to date.
Types of Disasters a Business Continuity Service protects you from:
- Hail Storm
- Gas Explosion
- Electrical Storm
- Prolonged Hydro Outages
- Physical Accidents
- and more.