Disaster Recovery

Recover all your lost data files with Bright-Circle data recovery solutions

Users of all scale usually use information technology for the rapid and effective process of the data and information. Some data is sensitive and mission-critical, hence vital for the survival and continued operations of the business. Usually, users use Voice Over Internet Protocol (VOIP) and electronic mail system to communicate.

Electronic data interchange (EDI) is mainly used for data transmission. Servers process information and house huge amounts of data. Laptops, desktop computers, and wireless devices are generally used by employees for creating, processing, managing and communicating information. What should one do when such information technology stops working?

There should, exist a disaster recovery plan in conjunction with the business continuity plan for every organization. During business impact analysis, priorities and recovery time objectives for information technology should be designed. Bright-Circle Technical recovery strategies must be designed and developed to restore hardware, applications, and data in time to address the need of the business recovery.

The impact of data loss or corruption from hardware failure, hacking or malware, human error, could be significant. A plan for data backup and its restoration is essential. An information technology disaster recovery (DR) plan is a constituent of a structured approach for responding to unplanned incidents which threaten user’s device. Under our Data Recovery solutions, we will design step-by-step procedures for recovering disrupted systems and networks and support you to resume normal operations. Our disaster recovery procedure identifies critical systems and networks; prioritizes their recovery time objective; and delineates the steps needed to restart, reconfigure, and recover them.

Such DR plan also includes all the related expertise for recovering disrupted systems and a logical action to attain a smooth recovery. After conducting a procedure of risk assessment, having identified potential threats to your respective device, we determine those infrastructure entities that are most viable and significant for the performance of your device.

Our considerations while developing DR plans are:

  • Senior management supports to execute the planned goals. 
  • Seriousness towards DR planning process, by possessing right updated information.
  • Availability of standards.
  • Keep it simple by gathering right information.
  • Re-analyze outcomes with business units. Once the IT disaster recovery plan is finished, re-review the observations with business leaders.
  • Be flexible and adopting the dynamic approach.