Many companies use the terms disaster recovery and business continuity interchangeably. However, we think there are some subtle differences. In contrast to a DRP, a Business Continuity Plan (BCP) primarily focuses on the ways that network downtime can be avoided altogether. In addition to the proactive approach a DRP takes, a BCP can include services like network and server failover services.
In the event that your business’ main Internet connection goes down, we can set up a failover service that utilizes wireless 4G network connectivity to ensure that your business-critical applications remain connected to the Internet. We can also design cloud-based services out of our data center to provide server failover solutions in the event that your in-house server goes down.