Nobody wants to think about a disaster. But they do happen. There are ways we can make sure that business goes on in any event. Its our job to plan for the worst and hpuxconsulting.com can help.
Besides the human cost, billions of dollars of computer resources were destroyed on September 11, 2001. Every year smaller disasters strike business. I’ve heard stories about a simple air conditioning fault costing a company millions of dollars.
When disaster strikes some businesses call HP and spend insurance money to get back up and running as quickly as possible. Some businesses can come on line seconds after a disaster in a alternate data center.
Wouldn’t you like to have a plan you can pull out of a folder and just follow, without worrying about making things up as you go. With a good backup strategy and a plan you can make recovery from a major problem a well rehearsed script.
We can help you write this kind of plan and even run practice scenarios with your staff in a local HP performance center. There is a reason the phrase “practice makes perfect” came into wide use. Contact us now and we’ll help you get started.
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