Imagine going to work in the morning only to discover that during the night a fire or flood occurred and damaged your documents, computers and all the data at that location. Imagine further still, that the damage to the building is extensive rendering the building unusable.
To make matters worse, an important client is already on the way to have a meeting with you and your staff. Now...What are you going to do? Do you have a plan? How do you communicate with everyone? Who do you call first? Where will you go? How will you get there? Will you be able to recover the information that was lost? Can you recover at all?
Here at Continuity Co., LLC we provide the answers to these questions everyday. Answers to tough questions you may have never given any thought to, but are essential for continuing your business operations after a disruption or disaster.
Remember, business disruptions can come in many forms ranging from an earthquake or hurricane to pandemics and fires. However, disruptions are not limited to these events and can include anything that disrupts your normal business operations such as a power outage, email issues, website problems, civil unrest, terrorism, supply chain problems, bad press, bad business decisions, employee sabotage and more.
Continuity Co., LLC has complete solutions to assist you with your disaster mitigation, response, recovery, and preparedness needs and can create your entire plan, review your current plan, conduct one-off assessments and risk analysis, and even act as a resource during your recovery efforts. Whether you need off-site data backups, alternate work-sites, virtualization, replacement equipment, or cloud based solutions Continuity Co., LLC has you covered.
Still think it can't happen to you or your business? Consider the story of Tessco Technologies below:
“To show how unforeseeable a disaster can be, for TesscoTechnologies, located outside Baltimore, Maryland thought it had little to fear. It was not in a flood zone, not in an earthquake zone and devastating hurricanes were more than hundred year events. But in the case of Tessco, the culprit was a faulty fire hydrant. One outside its Hunt Valley data center failed spectacularly on October 12, 2002 and several hundred thousand gallons of water blasted through a concrete wall leaving the company’s primary data center under several feet of water and left some 1400 hard drives and 400 SAN disks soaking wet and caked with mud and debris.” -
Baltimore Business Journal (June 23, 2003). Computer World (November 17, 2003) See also Nth Generation Computing (August, 2007) See: http://www.nth.com/Data-Recovery-Clients/profile.asp?id=9. Also http://baltimore.bizjournals.com/baltimore/stories/2003/06/23/daily28.html, and http://www.disasterhelp.com/images/Computerworld_Article.pdf