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Securely backup your data and ensure successful business continuity

For every organisation, the storage, access to and analysis of data is crucial in support of a business’s daily operations.
With the ever-growing value of data, the need for reliable IT systems and practices is a must-have. A sudden breakdown or failure of IT operations,
limiting access to data for a prolonged period, can in some cases, lead to premature closure of a business.

Having a Business Continuity Plan (BCP) to ensure you have the means to maintain essential functions, during or after a disastrous event,
is crucial to the longevity of your business.
In fact, it’s a regulatory compliance for some organisations.


However remote the odds of a disastrous event, it’s always a possibility. Whether it’s a natural disaster such as a flood or fire, or simply caused by human error,
these events can cause the loss of, or prevent access to, your organisational data or work-space.

What is Disaster Recovery?

Disaster Recovery (DR) is the process of returning to normal business operations following the occurrence of an event that induces loss,
or prevents access to organisational data and/or a work environment.

To prepare for disastrous events, a Business Continuity Plan (BCP) should be established and defined.
These plans outline procedures to undertake in the unlikely, but entirely possible event that a disaster takes place.

There are consistent and alarming published statistics, from a number of research organisations, of businesses that either fail to continue operating,
or never fully recover due to a lack of or test BCP.

  • 93% of companies that lost their data for 10 days or more filed for bankruptcy within 12 months, and 50% filed for bankruptcy immediately.
  • Both Gartner and IDC claim that 90% of businesses who lose mission critical data and who did not have a business continuity plan, went out of business within 2 years.


Backup of your data is just one part of the solution

Backup of your data is just one part of a very complex problem of Disaster Recovery and Business Continuity

Some key items to consider

  • Backup On-Premise or in the Cloud
  • Data retention and long term recovery duration
  • Encryption of Data
  • Destruction of Data
  • Data File Backup
  • Offsite data replication
  • Private or Public Cloud
  • Data storage and archiving
  • Hardware Infrastructure recovery and replacement
  • Temporary Offices and Staff
  • Voice and Telephony services

Our Experience and Expertise

With over 35 years of business IT experience, we know a thing or two about keeping your IT services and systems operating in the event of a major disaster.
We will work with you to conduct a Information Technology Risk Assessment and discuss and document your business continuity requirements.
Then we will plan, guide, implement and verify your disaster recovery and business continuity strategy.
Disaster Recovery and Business Continuity Planning is a very complex and important business processes, our staff have the necessary expertise to provide
a comprehensive solution for your needs.


Would you like book a IT Risk Assessment or discuss further your specific requirements?

Our business continuity specialists can discuss how our disaster recovery service can meet your personal or business requirements.

Call us on 08 9208 8888 or send and email to sales@tang.com.au

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