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What is Business Continuity & Disaster Recovery?

What Is Business Continuity?

Business continuity is the process, policies, and procedures related to preparing for recovery or continuation of business infrastructure critical to an organization after a natural or human-induced disaster. Whether the business is small or a global enterprise you need to know how you can keep going under any circumstances.

Business Continuity Vs Disaster Recovery

Disaster recovery is a subset of business continuity. While business continuity involves planning for keeping all aspects of a business functioning in the midst of disruptive events, disaster recovery focuses on the IT or technology systems that support business functions. 

A Complete Disaster Recovery Solution

A proper business continuity solution should proactively protect clients’ systems and data against disasters of all type. An MSP should offer a business continuity solution that can rescue businesses and get them back online within minutes of any of these disasters: 

  • Hardware and software failures 
  • Natural disasters 
  • Unintentional human error or malicious actions 
  • Ransomware and other cybersecurity threats 

What to Look for in a Business Continuity a Solution?

Here are some more key things to consider when looking for a solution: 

  • Hybrid cloud backup: A hybrid approach fixes the vulnerabilities that a cloud-only or local-only possess.
  • Superior RTO and RPO: Think in terms of business continuity rather than simply backup, and calculate how much downtime your business can endure and still survive (RTO) as well as how much data you can afford to lose (RPO).
  • Image-based backup: Make sure that the backup solution takes images of all data and systems rather than simply copying the files.

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Source: Datto Blog

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