Article published by : ucgrp on Sunday, August 20, 2017

Category : Software

Advantages of a Disaster Recovery Plan

Your network, server, and database are running smoothly and efficiently. That’s great. But, did you know, that if it ever crashed, it could cost you up to $25,000 an hour or $600,000 a day? Even if your company isn’t that large, up to eighty percent of businesses that suffer more than five days of system interruption go out of business.

No one likes to point out the bad that could happen, but system crashes or disastersare realities. They happen because a person accidentally spills a soda or because of a nasty snowstorm or a virus. Sometimes they happen and we don’t even know why. We just know that they happen and there’s nothing anyone can do to stop them. They happen to even best designed systems.

A Disaster Recovery (DRP), which is a documented, step-by-step process and/or procedure by which an organization protects and recoversan organization’s entire working system in the event of a disaster, is an excellent way to protect your system should there ever be a disaster. A DRP decreases downtime and diminishes data loss.
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Here are a just a few of the advantages a DRP offers:

o Business Continuity. A disaster can cause downtown and both limit client access to your site and cause a great drain on your assets. A DRP both maintains client satisfaction and protects your funds.

o Employee Productivity. When your system is down, your employees cannot work and become unproductive. Business slows down and loses money. A DRP keeps employees productive and a business persistently generating revenue. (It also keeps the competition from interfering getting ahead).

o Compliance. Some organizations must comply with certain government and/or legal regulations in order to function properly. A disaster could be disastrous in terms of data loss and proof of compliance.

UCG Technologies

UCG Technologies (UCG) are IBM i Experts working exclusively with IBM Power Systems in conjunction with IBM i High Availability Solutions (IBM I Disaster Recovery) and AS400 Disaster Recovery. UCG’s plans support all major platforms including the IBM i Series, System AS/400, Windows, Linux, UNIX, and I.

UCG disaster recovery centers offer a safe, dependable environment for your system and data. It actually serves as an extension of your business and makes sure your operations continue to function efficiently. It also offers a Cloud Backup solution that both standardizes your electronic data interchange and satisfies your confidentiality and security principles.

IBM i Distribution Software produces credible multi delegating and programming coordination that won’t impact your system’s overall speed and execution. It offers the best outcomes and is compatible with multiple working frameworks,

Thirty years ago, UCG began as a value-added reseller. Today, it’s a full-service data protection company with corporate clients in thirty-one states, Canada, the Caribbean and Europe, and it continues to grow. You can depend on UCG 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. See its website today.

About Author:-

Noah Truax has spent over 10 years consulting with a wide variety of IT firms from the very big to the very small. He provides you with his insights into the leadership needed to combine the separate worlds of business and IT strategy. He has been is associated with UCG Technologies; a highly specialized Strategic Service Provider (SSP) of customized Information Technology products and services. These include IBM i hosting, AS400 hosting, DR, & H/A; Enterprise Security Training; IBM Power Systems ; and Enterprise Management Software. Visit to Download Enterprise Management Software Demo and Free Phishing Security Test.


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