“When there’s an interruption in IT services, your customers still expect their business to run smoothly,” says Adam Catbagan, manager of technical services at Arrow ECS. “IT departments are expected to protect company data and ensure that the right people and processes are in place to restore normal business function. A well-designed BCDR plan is most definitely a competitive advantage.”
The cloud has become the most viable option for businesses to be able to have a readily available backup solution. Now, we have the ability to restore from everywhere in the world and have access to it, if need be.
The whole business continuity/disaster recovery process can be overwhelming. Do you know what kind of questions to ask when designing a disaster recovery plan? We gathered some tips from some of Arrow’s BCDR experts to help you out.
If you would like more information on how to help your end-customers develop disaster recovery or business continuity plans, contact your Arrow representative.
This post was originally published in February 2017 and has been updated for accuracy and comprehensiveness.