Business Continuity: Stay Productive No Matter What Happens
Updated: May 12
PC Onsite offers fast and easy data restore functions to help you maintain productivity in the face of a data breach, cyberattack or natural disaster.
Did you know 57% of businesses report a critical data and/or hardware loss due to a ransomware attack? If you are a manager, you are responsible for ensuring that your workforce stays productive and undistracted no matter what comes along. At PC Onsite we offer fast and easy data restore functions to help you maintain productivity in the face of a data breach, cyberattack or natural disaster. Our configurable, centrally managed backup solution means you can quickly restore any compromised or lost data from the cloud. Our backup architecture, including root drive backups, means no folder or document will be missed.
Business continuity planning
At a high level, a business continuity plan should identify potential business disruptions that can affect any of an organization’s locations, such as power outages, epidemics and fires, as well as those that are specific to individual locations, such as earthquakes and tsunamis in a seismically active region or civil unrest in politically unstable areas. To keep the number of scenarios manageable, planning should be based on worst-case scenarios, rather than multiple graduated versions of each incident.
It won’t always be possible to maintain normal operations in an emergency situation. To mitigate the impact of reduced capacity, the team should identify which operations are most essential, who will perform them, and how work will be redirected if key people are unavailable. At PC Onsite, this is handled by a team primarily composed of business unit owners and the business continuity director from IT, who are responsible for conducting business impact analysis. This group works together to rank the criticality of various business processes in terms of revenue, customer-facing and brand image concerns, regulatory implications and other business considerations, then map dependencies onto these processes in terms of the applications, people, facilities and equipment required to support them. Once the group has agreed on this analysis, it can start to identify recovery strategies and costs around continuing each process. For IT, this data provides a framework for making sure that critical applications will be available to the business within an established recovery time objective (RTO) and recovery point objective (RPO).
Let us take care of your data so you can take care of your business
At PC Onsite we can assure that you always have access to your data and we give you the ability via our portal to quickly and easily restore and recover lost or previous versions of your data. You and your employees can login to any web browser to retrieve data (files) and keep on working. We can help increase business continuity across your organization. Less downtime means more productivity .