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Business Continuity Services – Custom Disaster Recovery & Data Protection

COBAIT’s Business Continuity Services and Solutions not only offer complete data protection and recovery programs for your business, we help ensure that you have the proper pathway to recovery in place before it happens.

We offer data recovery solutions tailored specifically to meet your business’s needs, minimizing your downtime and ensuring business continuity. Protect your crucial data from hackers, employee theft, system failures, and natural disasters with COBAIT’s proven processes.

Our cost effective data protection solutions include:

  • Secure backup copies of your IT infrastructure in our redundant offsite data centers, safe from natural disasters and unauthorized access
  • A clone of your data which can be used for data recovery within minutes in the event of an emergency
  • Access to your backup files through our dedicated servers

Businesses need to have more than just an in-house backup of critical data – a catastrophic flood or fire could destroy an entire office. While a natural disaster may be unlikely, many other events – such as a server crash, virus, or other attack – could compromise an IT network and take days to fix or replace without the proper plan of action. COBAIT’s data protection specialists will help safeguard your most valuable data so your business can keep going no matter what disaster comes your way.

Contact COBAIT’s data recovery professionals today – we’ll work with your company to find the best data protection solution for you.

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    Frequently Asked Questions Business Continuity

    A business continuity plan (BCP) is a document that outlines how a business will continue operating during an unplanned disruption in service.

    Business continuity planning aims to maintain continuous business operations during disasters, emergencies, and other business disruptions. Disruptions to an organization's normal operations can be very costly, both in the short and the long terms.

    Plans typically contain a checklist that includes supplies and equipment, data backups and backup site locations. Plans can also identify plan administrators and include contact information for emergency responders, key personnel and backup site providers.

    All critical functions should review and update their plans, if necessary, every six months. All other functions should perform an annual review and update of their plans every 12 months.

    Statistics show that 80% of organizations that are faced with a significant business discontinuity, and do not have in place adequate and appropriate plans to ensure business continuity, do not survive the event.

    Business continuity focuses on keeping business operational during a disaster, while disaster recovery focuses on restoring data access and IT infrastructure after a disaster. Only by combining the two plans can businesses comprehensively prepare for disastrous events.

    Our business continuity analysts will analyze critical business functions and define the scope and impact of disaster scenarios, as well as design, plan and implement an enterprise-wide business continuity plan. Our analysts will also analyze existing systems.