In nowadays of competition, every organization in any size has the dependencies on IT investment. All the work process depend on the IT usage. That means business can’t work without IT existence. Have you ever imagine when your IT tools broke anytime or any unforeseen event takes place? It will bring data-to-day operations to a halt.
What does It mean?
You can’t reach your clients for services. It means You need to recover as quickly as possible and continue to provide services to your clients.
To sustain your business, you have to care about your IT investment since now. So many threats out of there can damage organization. With so many data and information you have to protect. Time to you to create plan of prevention & recovery system from potential threats to company. It’s called by Business Continuity Planning that ensures personnel and assets are protected and are able to function quickly in the event of disaster.
Why Need It?
Helps you to ensure trouble-free operations through unanticipated events. Business and agencies can create fault tolerant systems and redundant storage so that sensitive data is maintained through an emergency.
Helps IT staff detect, respond to, and recover from network security incidents. This recovery also includes a documented, structured approach with instructions for responding to unplanned incidents which typically disaster recovery planning involves an analysis of business processes and continuity needs.
Designed to guide buildings occupants through various incident. In many ways when every scenario can’t be predicted, It’s necessary to have a response plan that can be quickly adapted as events unfold.
But, to establish the correct context for the business continuity planning process, it is important from the outset to identify the organisation’s core roles and functions. From an IT/ICT perspective, this process should also be followed. However, the questions should first be answered from an organisational perspective. (If an organisational business continuity plan exists, that information might be readily available.)
Although a key purpose of a business continuity plan is to focus on minimising and managing the aftermath of a disruptive incident, it is critical to ensure that the plan also includes preventative measures that can be implemented and provide some redundancy against failure.
Within the context of an IT/ICT business continuity plan, disruptive incidents may be scheduled or unexpected, or may be internal to the network, or due to external forces. Examples of disruptive incidents that could affect an organisation’s IT/ICT infrastructure and ought to be listed and considered would include, but not limited to:
– electrical outages
– equipment damage and malfunction
– software glitches
– the effects of system breaches/network hacking
– equipment/system servicing, upgrades, changeovers.
As simple, any threats can come anytime. So, It’s important for every organization has the best planning for any possible problem happened and protect your priceless asset. For making It, Sapta Tunas has the solution and help you to do it. Our team concern to make our client’s business better and ready for tomorrow challenge.