DISASTER RECOVERY & BUSINESS CONTINUITY PLANNING
Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery – two terms that are quite different and it is important that you understand what these differences are and what each requires.
A Business Continuity Plan (BCP) is best described as the procedures and processes that are carried out to ensure that critical business functions continue to operate during and after a disaster. A BCP generally covers most or all of an organisation’s critical business processes and operations.
In developing a Business Continuity Plan and processes, an organisation will normally develop a series of Disaster Recovery Plans (DRP) which is a more technical plan, developed for specific functional groups within an organisation to allow them to recover a particular business application.
With the reliance on IT systems to provide or support most business functions, the most common example of a DRP is the Information Technology (IT) DRP.
Our team are experienced at working with our clients to assist in producing Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery Plans and making sure the processes you have in place are in line with world recognised standards and follow best business continuity practices.
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