Business Continuity

BC Features



Business impact analysis

Security management

Document management

Change management

Audit management

Service level agreements (SLA)


Remote Wipe Facilities

Encrypted Hard disks

Monitoring of critical services


DR Features

Disaster Prevention

Disaster Recovery


What is Business Continuity?

Business continuity is the activity performed by an organization to ensure that critical business functions will be available to customers, suppliers, regulators, and other entities that must have access to those functions. These activities include but are not limited to tasks such as project management, system backups (offsite and onsite), change control, and help desk. Business Continuity is not something implemented at the time of a disaster; Business Continuity refers to those activities performed daily to maintain service, consistency, and recoverability.

The foundation of Business Continuity are the standards, program development, and supporting policies; guidelines,and procedures needed to ensure a firm to continue without stoppage, irrespective of the adverse circumstances or events. All system design, implementation, support, and maintenance must be based on this foundation in order to have any hope of achieving Business Continuity, Disaster Recovery, or in some cases, system support. Business continuity is sometimes confused with disaster recovery, but they are separate entities. Disaster recovery is a small subset of business continuity. It is also sometimes confused with Work Area Recovery (due to loss of the physical building which the business is conducted within); which is but a part of business continuity.

What We Offer

Numerous strategies to keep your business operational at all times including:

  • Virtualisation
  • Design, Operational, Maintenance & Troubleshooting Questions Answered

Has your organisation got emergency accidents planned and documented - ofcourse it has, it's mandated by the Government to provide a minimum evel of safety for your employees - but what about your data in the event of a fire?  A break in?  Theft?  Hardware failure?