A disaster recovery plan is an official document that details how your organisation would respond to unplanned incidents and attacks. From natural disasters, such as floods, to power outages and malicious cyber attacks.
Your organisation’s disaster recovery plan should contain strategies to help your business to minimise downtime and continue to operate with minimal disruption.
An effective disaster recovery plan should tackle all possible operation disruptions that could occur, addressing how in each situation, the organisation will respond.
It’s vital to test your disaster recovery plan, to ensure it would be effective if hit by disaster. It is also important to review and update it on a regular basis.
A disaster recovery plan is important to all organisations because it enables them to act quickly and effectively if a disaster were to occur. Without a plan of action in the case of X, Y and Z scenarios, your organisation could suffer the loss of revenue, and damage to brand reputation, which could lead to client dissatisfaction and loss.
Without business recovery planning, an organisation could suffer serious business downtime which could lead to serious negative consequences, such as business closure.
Under article 32 of the GDPR it indicates that in the event that personal data is lost, an organisation will be held responsible for the recovery of that data and must do so in a timely manner.
To remain compliant, it is necessary for an organisation to have an effective backup and disaster recovery plans and solutions in place. It is also important that a business regularly tests and improves the effectiveness of its backup and disaster recovery plan.
If you do not apply the above, your organisation could face large fines for failing to protect the data that you hold. Due to the increasingly malicious cyber threat landscape, we see more and more businesses fall victim to cyber-attacks because they do not have the correct disaster recovery solutions in place.
We carry our full ITA (IT Audit) to make sure that we are supporting all your IT needs. Once we have agreed on the ITA we then move your account into our Service Desk so that they and help support you!
Our service desk falls into 3 main areas, Reactive, Proactive and Maintenance. When something isn’t working, this is a reactive incident. proactive requests are normal procedures like setting up new staff or acquiring more licenses etc, and Maintenance tasks include antivirus and backups.
IT doesn’t sleep and is constantly evolving, and we like to help our customers evolve with it. This is why we don’t just stop at support, we proactively work with our clients to plan a road map of current challenges and together we overcome them and plan the future IT needs.
Here at CJLS Tech, we are a provider of Managed IT and Support with cutting-edge technology, paving us ahead of our competition. We have a large portfolio of Cloud Solutions, including Microsoft 365, Google, Adobe and many more. We also have a strong standing in procurement with leading names in the industry from Dell, Microsoft, Apple and more.
We see ourselves as your IT Department, Keeping IT Simple and at the same time, we aim to be your One-Stop-Business-Shop for all your IT needs.
Through trust and experience, we have become the go-to source for all IT support, and the partner of choice for many industries across the region and beyond.
We just keep IT simple!
Our main mission is to make IT more manageable for all sizes of businesses. New business? We will help you get on your feet with IT and Cloud Services.
CJLS Tech aims to Keep IT simple for all our clients, making sure you get the most out of your IT without the worry and hassle!
Our proven capability of delivering robust, cost-effective IT transformation projects, along with our mature, security-focused managed support solutions make us an ideal long-term IT partner to your business and ideally placed to provide the services you need.
If you would like to talk to us about our support and services, feel free to call us today on 0800 368 3968.