Disaster Recovery Assessment

February 4, 2021

The first step towards providing a DR solution is to conduct a Disaster Recovery Assessment in order to understand your business, the topology of your infrastructure and the criticality of the associated processes, applications and systems. Then, we tailor our solution to your
particular situation.

Many factors can influence the scope of a disaster recovery solution. Business hours, availability needs, e-commerce strategies, data criticality, regulatory implications and many other issues must be considered during the assessment and recommendation process. Depending on the complexity of your environments and the scope of the engagement, our studies can take anywhere from two days to two weeks. But in the event the worst happens, it’s time well spent.

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