Business Resiliency Management Services

i-dash provides clients with individually tailored services to identify and/or refine their business continuity requirements.

In today’s competitive market place, the reliance on business processes and applications are critical for the survival and success of any organisation.

Data recovery and business continuity & resiliency Continuing business operations following an unplanned disruption, be it from the failure of the IT infrastructure or a site wide physical failure, is paramount for any size organisation if it is to remain in business.

Many organisations will already have business continuity and disaster recovery plans supported by services contracted with the numerous disaster recovery services providers available today.

i-dash, with its in-depth knowledge and experience, (gained from over 25 years served with a major global business and disaster recovery services provider), of the commercial and contractual propositions available in this market place, we can assist clients with :

Improvement in the pricing proposition of contracts achieving cost savings
Negotiate on terms and conditions
Managing services providers for a timely responses on requirements and pricing
Clients can continue to concentrate on their daily and core business activities while being reassuringly confident that their business continuity requirements are being met with the most competitive pricing proposition available in the market today.

Business data recovery - disaster management - high availability Management and maintenance of a client’s recovery plan is a critical activity required for a successful recovery following the event of an unplanned business interruption.

i-dash provides services to assist clients:

  • Assess the effectiveness of existing business continuity plans
  • Develop business continuity and disaster recovery requirements
  • Plan and design business continuity strategy and solution options
  • Build and implement business continuity plans and procedures
  • Develop testing methods and processes
  • Develop maintenance and invocation processes
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