Disaster recovery

We are not just preparing to recover in the aftermath of a disaster; We are working to make your business network more resilient and profitable
Disaster Recovery planing and implementation

More than 80% of small to mid-size businesses have suffered downtime. If it is caused by nature or human error, it may lead to data loss and subsequently business destroying disaster

Hardware, power fails, floods, fires, hackers attack, Covid19 and disaster happen.
DR plan is to prepare your network environment for any unmanaged disruptions

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In Disaster Recovery plans we focus on multiple network components, we seek innovative solutions that will guarantee business continuity and emphasis on Cyber-Security

v500 systems | enterprise network solutions

Increased Employee Productivity

A DR plan will have to be executed by the right people – this is why we are here. Your organisation will benefit from the peace of mind about overall the integrity of the network

v500 systems | enterprise network solutions

Greater Customer Retention

Disaster Recovery planning enables businesses to maintain high service quality, regardless of the circumstances. We work on reducing the risk of downtime and data loss to the clients and assure the service even after disaster strikes

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A Better Insight of Scalability

With technologies like cloud-based storage, services and backups which are easily scalable, they offer more flexibility than the extension of an on-site or off-site Data Center

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Your security is our priority

Our top-class security services can save a tremendous amount of financial and productivity heartache for your business

v500 systems | enterprise network solutions

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Have access to a single point of contact for all your tasks and needs

Conventional Services

  • Inadequate and fragmented offerings
  • Services Provided by 3rd party contractors unfamiliar with products
  • Vague tactical approaches
  • Only one-sided solutions to business requirements

What we offer | Disaster Recovery

  • Assessment and Review of DR Services
  • Define the scope of what services/applications to protect in a network environment
  • Granular planning for a variety of scenarios, including network failure, natural disasters, sabotage and extended power outages
  • Step-by-Step written implementation plan
  • Hands-On DR implementation with a managed services contract
  • Secure network replication and failover
  • Pricing based on a number of applications in scope and network size

WHY V500 SYSTEMS | Disaster Recovery

For many businesses today, disasters come in all shapes and sizes: natural disasters like hurricanes, fires, and floods; technology disasters, like system failures and cyberattacks; and human disasters, like terrorism or acts of violence.

While these scenarios originate from different sources for different reasons, they have three things in common:

  • They will occur if they haven’t already
  • They will impact your business
  • They require a comprehensive Disaster Recovery Strategy and Planning

We can assist businesses to formulate a disaster recovery strategy for their network infrastructure and implement it successfully

5 Steps to a strong Disaster Recovery Plan

  1. Get Executive buy-in
    The right people must be on board and support the overall process. In the case of DR includes all major stakeholders
  2. Do your homework
    DR plan should map in detail your business priorities. In a nutshell, business impact analysis assesses which systems and applications are most critical.
  3. Agree on a Strategy
    The strategy is the high-level evaluation that looks at how DR fits into your business objectives and what will take to implement it.
  4. Create your DR Plan
    DR plan is in the form of execution of your strategy. It does translate objectives into a tangible checklist of detail steps to follow to ensure that your business is protected.
  5. Test your plan
    It is not good enough to create a plan – you need to make sure that it works. After testing your plan, all the little snags must be addressed by various teams and documentation updated