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Business Continuity Planning is a proactive planning process that ensures critical services are delivered during a disruption.
With the proper plan in place, your firm and its associated clients can be confident that services will continue when unforeseen events cause a serious interruption at your current location(s).
Many levels of business contingency planning can be designed and implemented for your firm. The most sophisticated plan leads to no interruption in business, as it involves no loss of data. All server applications are clustered real-time by using an off-site facility, so data at that remote site is always current. This is the most expensive but most attractive option.
The next level of contingency planning involves periodic replication of mission critical data to an off-site location. In the case of a disaster, the most that your company would suffer in data loss would be the amount of data since the last replication.
Another level of contingency planning would involve backups followed by regular off-site restores. This process is the least expensive but would also give the least up-to-date data and would involve regular manual administration.
In conjunction with our partners, we can assist your firm in developing and implementing its business continuity plan by using one or more of the following methods and products: cluster-class solutions from Neverfail, data replication, off-site restores, and Citrix remote access solutions.