“We give you an economical reliable solution to keep
your business running in the event of catastrophic
server hardware failure.”
– Neil Frick
How Does Business Continuity
Management Plan Work?
What Is The Problem?
If your server has a major failure we need to restore the server backups to new hardware or alternate hardware whilst yours is being repaired or replaced so that your business can keep running. This can take days and sometimes longer. This downtime means your business can’t operate for that period of time. Or you have to revert to paper. Even if you are prepared with a cloud backup of your server. The restoration to a local server can still takes days.
What Is The Solution?
WE will install a device on your premise which will replicate your servers every 5 minutes. If a catastrophic even occurs it will turn on the alternate server and your team can login and start work within 15 minutes.
How Does The Our Business Continuity Solution Work?
WE MOVE PEOPLE FROM
Potential For Your Business Grinding To A Halt
Continual risk of business interruption and loss
True Business Continuity
LImited potential of business interruption
Are You Ready To Protect
Your Business From:
- Loss of income
- Loss of productivity
- Loss of customers
- Loss of revenue
- Frustrated staff
- Disappointed clients
- Inability to bill your clients
- Inability to collect your bills
- Unable to pay your suppliers
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Here’s Who The Business Continuity
System Is For…
If you want to ensure that your business is never in a position where all your systems are down and you can’t work in your business for days.
OR, if any of these apply to you:
- Any business with an on premises virtualised server
- Businesses who don’t have their whole business in the cloud
- Add the other like…don’t want to lose income
- Owners who don’t want to lose sleep at night
- You agree that you want to protect your business
- You agree that you want to know you are doing the best to protect your business continuity
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What Is The Netlogyx Business Continuity System (NBCS)?
Our system will create a mirror of your server onsite and it will be replicated every 5 minutes
If your server does not respond or work, then we can switch system over to the Replica server so your team can continue to work as normal.
How Will It Benefit My Business?
An effective business continuity management program will result in many proven business benefits including the ability to:
- Ensure that your server is replicated every 5 minutes to an onsite server ready to be used within 15 minutes of an incident happening
- Keep your business running if your main server is not responding, or damaged in any way
I Already Have Disaster Recovery Arrangements In Place. Is My Business Safe?
The short answer is ‘no’. That’s because disaster recovery is the process by which an organisation resumes business after a disruptive event. The event might be something huge-like an earthquake, tsunami or major terrorist attack – or something small and localised like malfunctioning software caused by a computer virus or a power failure.
If you have adequate disaster recovery provision in place and are able to get back to business as usual fairly quickly you are likely to survive without too much lost business, too many customers defecting to competitors and too much harm to your reputation. However, this is not the same as resilience, which means having the ability to withstand potentially disruptive events without any interruption to services in the first place.
Isn’t Business Continuity Management Something Only Big Companies Need To Worry About?
The need to be ‘always-on’ is something that’s vital for all businesses, regardless of size or sector. Threats range from hardware failure, power outages and being let down by a key supplier all the way through to major disruptions caused by challenges such as flooding, severe weather and flu pandemics.
We recognise that smaller businesses may not have the money, time and resources to prepare for disruptions, yet the cost of dealing with them when they arise can be significant. It’s never too early in the life of an organisation to build in resilience, robustness and availability. This is far easier to do as the business grows, rather than attempt to retrofit measures later on.