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Business Continuity & Disaster Recovery for Albuquerque and New Mexico - Not If But When

Albuquerque, New Mexico, Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery
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Albuquerque and New Mexico IT professionals demonstrated their awareness and understanding of the need for Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery strategies by packing the first seminar of the Tech Junction event held at the Albuquerque Marriot Pyramid North last week.

The core takeaway?

Typically, in Albuquerque and New Mexico when one thinks of disaster recovery - visions of flooding, storms and tumbleweed or fires often come to mind.  However, when considering your businesses’ Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery strategies and needs, it is important to look outside of natural disasters type scenarios.

A business related disaster is basically any event that disrupts your business continuity. Again, in Albuquerque and New Mexico overall, folks tend to think of floods or other natural disasters when pondering Disaster Recovery and Business Continuity strategies but the fact is that most business disasters happen either by hardware failure or human error, you know that “uh oh” moment when a human mistake is made.

Why is having a Disaster Recovery and Business Continuity plan in place so important?

It has been well documented that most businesses quite simply can’t survive more than 7 days of downtime before having to file for bankruptcy. Quite simply, every company needs a plan and a plan that is tested and proven.

Here are a few basic questions to consider when analyzing your business continuity and disaster recovery strategies.

What are your expectations in the event of a business disaster?

What is our RTO – Recovery Time Objective – what is the maximum time period your business can operate after a disaster without access to server, network and applications without sustaining significant losses?

What is our RPO – Recovery Point Objectives – How much data can be lost without sustaining significant losses?  

IT professionals in Albuquerque and New Mexico are on top of exploring the best solutions for their companies. Are you comfortable that your company has a solid business continuity plan in place for the inevitable business disaster? The Roadmap To The Cloud team can help you, Roadmap To The Cloud is vendor agnostic and will work with you to find the right solution so that you no longer have to fear the inevitable. 

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