You may feel like your IT services are working like a well-oiled machine, pushing your business forward, increasing productivity and enhancing overall work efficiency. In spite of all this, there’s a good chance your organization is not prepared for the worst. If a natural disaster took out the power at your headquarters for an extended period, do you have a plan to keep your services up and running? What if there was a data breach and you needed time to shut down and determine the source of the vulnerability? In some cases, even something as simple as a poorly timed hardware malfunction could interrupt your work for an unhealthy period of time. These disasters and the unnecessary downtime can plague businesses and have strong negative effects on both productivity and long-term customer trust. The best way to avoid any of those headaches is to have a strong business continuity plan in place.
When you work with Preactive IT, you can count on our business continuity services to:
- Provide a Plan to Backup All Your Sensitive and Important Data
- Help Implement Contingencies for Your Existing IT Infrastructure
- Improve Policies and Procedures to Account for Continuity
- Reduce and Eliminate Unnecessary Downtime When Possible
Preactive IT Solutions is a process-focused company that knows precision and expertise are key to delivering the best managed IT services experience possible. We have developed out IT support process over years of experience. We have delivered top-tier managed IT services to organizations in numerous industries and are ready to bring that experience to you as well. Our focus on process ensures a consistently positive experience for your company and a reliable team to lean on whenever IT issues arise.
If your company feels overwhelmed by the IT problems it faces regularly or the maintenance to your infrastructure is taking too much of your staff’s time, managed IT services from Preactive IT Solutions are probably right for you.
Any disaster that shuts down your business, even temporarily, will have untold costs in the long run. Preactive IT can help you avoid that. Get your current systems and policies scoured for any vulnerabilities that could put you and your company in an impossible situation and let us help reinforce your organization. Preactive IT Solutions can prepare you for whatever comes and prevent the nightmarish scenarios that would harm your business.
Circumstances that Could Affect Your Business Include:
- Natural Disasters Such as Hurricanes, Floods, or Tornadoes
- Server Malfunctions or Repairs
- Blackouts or Electrical Problems
- Viruses, Ransomware, or Other Security Breaches
Preactive IT Solutions will help you ensure all sensitive and important data is backed up properly in ways you can access whenever necessary. We will also ensure your IT infrastructure is reinforced with contingencies that will give you peace of mind that even in the worst-case scenario, you can avoid costly downtime. Stay prepared for problems both small and big by investing in business continuity and partnering with Preactive IT for your managed IT services.
We can start talking about the best ways to plan for your business continuity concerns soon. Just schedule an appointment with Preactive IT Solutions today and find out how we can protect your business against whatever disasters may come.
- Do I really need a business continuity plan?
Yes! This is your organization’s level of readiness to support critical functions after an emergency or disruption. No one plans on an accident today, but everyone buys insurance.
- What can disrupt my business?
Security breaches (unauthorized access to physical spaces and data), system/infrastructure/mechanical failure, intentional/unintentional data loss, fire, water, cyber-attacks, natural and man-made disasters, power loss, and more.
- How can I separate business continuity into manageable parts?
There are three logical components to business continuity planning and implementation—Resilience, Recovery, and Contingency. Your business can increase resilience by developing critical functions and systems with a range of contingencies including staffing rotations, data redundancy, and maintaining extra capacity and access.
- What are the hazards of not having a business continuity plan?
Reduced productivity, financial loss, reputational damage, and potential business failure. Now that’s the real disaster!