Contingency planning involves more than planning for a move offsite after a disaster destroys a data center. It also addresses how to keep an organization's critical functions operating in the event of disruptions, both large and small. This broader perspective on contingency planning is based on the distribution of computer support throughout an organization.
YAR-NET provides disaster and business continuity auditing, consulting and services to small and medium size businesses. Everyone needs to resume
business operations as soon as possible after emergencies.
Our processes and procedures will provide peace of mind for you and your company.
- What to do if a virus deletes all your files?
- What to do if you have a fire?
- What to do if your building is destroyed by a tornado?
- What if your phones go down?
- What are your next steps?
Most companies have insurance policies designed to cover the more obvious financial ramifications of incidents like fires, floods,
tornados or hurricanes. What insurance won’t protect, however, is your reputation or market share, particularly if the disaster is
specific to your business, such as a fire in your office building. Customers are likely to go to your competitors when you fail to
provide products or services and are unable to notify them.
That's were our business continuity plan will provide a process and direction in the event of an emergency.
Things to consider are:
- Business Impact
- Risk Analysis
How will business downtime effect your income?
How long can you afford to be without access to phones, data or email?
Our company will give you a step by step process for recovery from disasters or any business interuption. We also provide "hot shot" services in which
we come onsite and implement the process we have designed for your company in cases of emergency.