|Mossic offering Software as a Service (SaaS) solutions offers an elegant alternative to traditional on-premise applications. To get the top results from SaaS solutions, you need an easy to use IT management solution.
One of Mossic’s most valuable and intervening SaaS solutions is our specialized and expertise in Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery.
What is (BCDR or BC/DR) Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery?
BCDR relates to practices that describe an organization’s preparation towards unforeseen risks and events that may prevent the normal business operations. Combining business continuity and disaster recovery into a single goal is the product of the close collaboration of Mossic’s executives and technology executives, who have realized that working together on this project will create an excellent formula for organizations.
Mossic takes specific and specialized steps to resume operations in the aftermath of a catastrophic natural disaster or national emergency. In information technology, such steps may include restoring servers or mainframes with backups, re-establishing private branch exchanges (PBX), and/or provisioning local area networks (LANs) to meet immediate business needs.
Mossic’s experts have over 18 years of real world experience in creating and developing disaster recovery plans, documentations, and procedures.
Business Continuity portrays the processes and procedures an organization must establish in order to ensure that mission-critical functions can continue during and after disasters. In this case, the concept is interchangeable with disaster recovery plan (DRP). Business continuity, however, also addresses more comprehensive planning that focuses on long term or chronic challenges to organizational success. Potential business continuity problems include illness or departure of key team members, supply chain breakdowns, catastrophic failures, and critical malware infections.
Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery planning is a vital activity. However, the creation of and maintenance of these procedures, steps, planning, and documenting are extremely complex and require many years of expertise. Mossic’s team is ready to create your BCDR. Equipped with an outstanding team and a vast amount of experience, our experts will continue to help organizations not only survive disasters, but quickly recover from them.
Prior to creating the plan itself, it is essential for us to consider the potential impacts of a disaster and understand the underlying risks: these are the foundations upon which a sound business continuity plan or disaster recovery plan should be built. We design, test, and audit to ensure that the plan is appropriate to the needs of the organization.
Mossic designs Business Continuity Planning & Disaster Recovery World that considers all these issues and uses some of the most highly acclaimed products and services.
Mossic uses key metrics to be measured in a disaster recovery environment is the Recovery Time Object (RTO) and Recovery Point Objective (RPO). RTO is a metric that measures the time that it takes from a system to be completely up and running in the event of a disaster. RPO measures the ability to recover files by specifying a point in timing restore of the backup copies.
- When Mossic designs your BCDR we plan several important factors:
- Written disaster recovery plan with continual updating
- Designed hot site or cold site
- Ability to recover data and systems
- Processes for frequent backup of systems and data
- Tests and drills of disaster procedures
- Data and system backups stored offsite
- Appointed disaster recovery committee and chairperson
- Visibly listed emergency telephone numbers
- Procedures allowing effective communications
- Updated system and operation documentation confirmation
- Emergency procedures
- Backup of key personnel positions
- Hardware and software vendor list
- Both manual and automated procedures in place
- Contractual agreements with external agencies/companies
- Mission statement
- And much much more…
Good business continuity plans will keep your company up and running through interruptions of any kind: power failures, IT systems crashes, natural disasters, supply chain problems and more.
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