Technology has become the foundation to modern business. Do you know how greatly downtime affects your bottom line and productivity? On top of hardware and software repair and replacement costs, companies also have to pay for the lost minutes and hours of work. Add in client dissatisfaction and the cost of lost data, and it’s easy to see how quickly costs can spiral out of control.
The answer: Keep your business up and running with a built-in failover that mitigates downtime altogether. With our business continuity and high availability solutions, your business has nothing to fear.
Vulnerability points are often located right in the cubicle next to you. Employees or vendors can cause outages simply out of ignorance, due to innocent mistakes, or even as a result of ill intent.
The prevalence of cybersecurity threats are a global phenomenon that no business, large or small, can ignore. New threats such as Ransomware are predicted to be on the rise. Backing up your data with high frequency is crucial to ensuring such attacks don’t bring your business down plan against data breach is paramount.
Third party internet networks can fail. Fiber can get cut. Your in-house local area network can be disabled. If your business needs continuous connectivity, make sure network availability is a top priority.
Data loss and system failure can obviously be caused by natural disasters such as floods, earthquakes and fires, but even a simple electronic malfunction could destroy valuable information. When it comes to data, putting all your eggs in one basket is a perilous risk.
High plains Technology Business Continuity solutions prepare your entire organization for catastrophic events and unplanned downtime. A solid business continuity plan is a strategy for business resilience that accounts not only for IT, but also the people and the full range of resources they require to accomplish their missions. Contact High Plains to learn how we can assist you develop effective business continuity plans, procedures, documentation and training to:
High availability protects companies from lost revenue when access to their data resources and critical business applications is disrupted. The starting point for the selection of a high availability solution is to fully identify the set of availability problems that you are attempting to address. For business continuity, these problems can be collected into five major categories.
Application resilience can be classified by the effect to the user. The entire application environment, including data replication and switchable devices can be controlled through the clustering infrastructure as a single entity.
Application resiliency can be customized to the level of resiliency that your business requires using the features of the clustering framework.
Data resilience is the availability of the data that is needed in a production environment. There are several technologies, which address the data resilience requirements. These technologies can be split into two main categories: logical or software replication and hardware or disk replication.
Environment resilience can be broken up into two sections, the physical environment, and the logical environment. The physical environment, which is really part of single system availability, focuses on things such as hardware redundancy, network topology, power infrastructure, and cooling capabilities. The logical environment is the application hosting and execution environment.
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