Recover a server in 90 seconds!
See how ONGC Systems and Veeam recover a server in 90 seconds after ‘the plug is pulled’.
There are no tricks here! We wanted to show our audience, at the Business Continuity seminar, that by using the right technologies for your backup and disaster recovery solutions We can recover a typical remote desktop server with minimal disruption to their business. Check out the video below to see how it was done.
How well will your business recover from a disaster
While most businesses will have some sort of backup software installed on their IT systems, this is not a disaster recovery plan. Sure you will be able to recover files and folders that might be deleted every once in a while, however, what would happen if something major happened to your IT systems that brought your business to a grinding halt? Disaster recovery is more about business continuity than it is about data recovery.
- Do you know how long it would take to get your business back up and running?
- How much downtime can your business afford to have?
- How often is your disaster recovery plan tested?
ONGC Systems can help you answer these questions and more. Contact Us and we can organise one of our engineers to come out and talk to you and help create a solution that will work with the business to ensure that when the worst happens, you are prepared.
Data backup Options
Like most businesses, you are likely to be generating a large amount of digital data and this data is continually changing. In the processes of ever changing data this data can be lost, corrupted, compromised or stolen through hardware failure, human error, hacking and malware. Loss or corruption of data could result in significant business disruption.
Data backup options which ONGC Systems use and recommend are:
To determine the business impact of a disaster it’s important to identify and evaluate the impact by looking at your recovery time and recovery point objectives.
The Recovery Time Calculator can assist your business by looking at your Recovery Process, which represents the amount of time it takes to recover data either locally or from the cloud due to data loss (data loss could be the result of a virus, employee error, or some other type of system disruption).
Estimate your Cost of Downtime, which is first determined by measuring the total cost of each employee’s time. This includes the employee’s wage, overhead costs (subscription costs, benefits, etc.), and revenue lost as a result of the employee not working (sales opportunities loss). It could also include an ecommerce site that is down and no longer generating sales as a result of system downtime.
Backup and Disaster Recovery Services
For advice on how ONGC Systems can assist with your businesses IT needs please contacts us.