Care for Business Continuity? Plan disaster recovery!
Disaster recovery is becoming more and more a vital part of business and application availability. In conformance to BS 25999 and ISO 22301, assessing the need, the reliability, and the plan of action as well as implementing the appropriate engineering methods are key milestones in achieving a fulfilling disaster recovery.
It is crucial to identify, measure, validate and assess the risks data center infrastructure and application, ultimately affecting the business, which can be caused by loadbearing failure, redundancy failure, connectivity, supply chain, site, geophysics, hazard and/or numerous other factors. Proper assessment of the potential risks clarifies the necessity of a DR and set the foundation of its proper implementation.
Many organizations have implemented DR, however, after careful evaluation or occurrence of actual disasters they will be notified that their DR is not in-line disaster prevention and recovery parameters suited for their specific risk potentials, hence it becomes a certain obligation for TechXact experts to thoroughly evaluate the reliability and effectiveness of the DR in place first hand.
Once the necessity for DR implementation or enhancement has become known, detailed planning reflecting the exact fulfillment purpose of DR as well as its embedded methodologies and processes must be planned and carefully validated. TechXact delivers accurate DR planning schemes customized per industry, application and specific to the disaster recovery need of every organization.
Having an optimum plan in hand, disaster recovery data center will be expert engineered and detailed designed by TechXact specialists at every category and component of site, civil, architecture, power & electrical, cooling & mechanical, fires, safety, security, cabling, IT, system, storage, connectivity, synchronization, backup & archival, redundancy, fail-over and recovery.
BS 25999 and ISO 22301
British Standard Institute (BSI) has framed as standard for Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery for corporate Data Centers and IT systems. BS 25999 provides a basis for understanding, developing and implementing business continuity within the organization integrating risk management disciplines and processes with business continuity and provides confidence in business-to-business and business-to-customer dealings. BS 25999 is written in two parts. The foundation of ISO 22301 emergence is practically based on BS 25999-2.
Part 1, the Code of Practice, outlines the standard’s overall objectives, guidance and recommendations.
Part 2, the Specification, details the activities that should be completed in order to meet business continuity objectives within the context of an organization’s risk management philosophy.
Part 2 is designed to be "auditable", while only objective, measurable requirements are included in the specification.
Our services include, provisioning of certified consultants with extensive years of ICT industry coverage, mainly focused at data center and command and control center experience to help and assist in establishing state-of-the-art, yet cost effective solutions for Business Continuity and SLA protection.