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It Pays to Be Prepared.

In short, the more that a business relies on IT, the more break-downs in infrastructure can cause massive headaches. That’s because both natural and man-made disasters can cause business slowdowns or shutdowns. For example, everything from hurricanes and floods, to cyberattacks, civil disturbances and other unfortunate events can leave companies with an IT mess. Additionally, deleted files, misconfigured hardware, and power outages can knock your business offline, causing productivity to grind to a halt. Therefore, to protect your data in these situations, businesses need to plan ahead by putting together a solid disaster recovery plan.


Different Application Environments Require Different Solutions.

Data Center Disaster Recovery Plan

To begin with, this plan focuses primarily upon the infrastructural impacts of the disaster. That is, it mainly takes care of the physical aspects of the IT infrastructure. For instance, that may include the facility location, power system, storage facilities, and office premises.

Network Disaster Recovery Plan

On the other hand, this specific plan relates to the network infrastructure of the business or corporation. Before the development of this kind of plan can even be considered, it is essential to understand the entire network infrastructure and its layout as well as its functionalities.

Virtualized Disaster Recovery Plan

As the name suggests, in this plan, a virtual machine engages almost immediately after any disaster takes place. Therefore, it not only preserves the saved data, but also helps retrieve the application data.


Cloud Disaster Recovery Plan

Cloud-based recovery plan vary from the backup of necessary files to the complete backup of data. Although crafting this kind of plan is the responsibility of the provider that is hosting the cloud-based environment, the business or corporation must also work in conjunction with the provider to ensure that its data can be downloaded quickly onto the new servers after disaster strikes.


At Onsitein60, we provide disaster recovery planning and testing services for small and medium-sized organizations. We also help select, develop and implement the right type of data storage, backups, and emergency access plan for your business.  The proper planning always includes a thorough and well thought out Disaster Recovery Plan Checklist.  Furthermore, with a proper plan in place, you can get your systems back up and running in no time.  Finally, by partnering with us, you’ll also get assistance from real-live IT specialists who can provide onsite tech support. Contact us now for a FREE consultation at (877) IN-SIXTY

  • Data Collection & Analysis

    We collect all the relevant data regarding the network infrastructure of your business and conduct an analysis of both the current and anticipated cyber-threat vector landscape.

  • Plan Documentation

    Having the plan on paper is essential. If you don’t have a written version, you’ll have to figure everything out in the middle of the emergency.  We will create a documented disaster recovery plan in accordance with IT infrastructure and anticipated threats.

  • Regular Drill Testing

    To make sure that the plan will work, we test it under realistic conditions. That means creating conditions where we attempt to bring your systems online after a power and Internet outage. Businesses often overlook this important aspect of their disaster recovery plan.

  • Periodic Updates

    Your IT environment is constantly changing. You’re adding new applications, new hardware and new staff. That means your disaster recovery plan needs to evolve as well. We recommend having regular plan testing and update on a monthly, quarterly or annual basis.



We believe that IT services should be competent, affordable and adjusted to your business requirements. For this reason, we developed a flexible range of disaster recovery plans. Customized to fit the way you do business, our plans are unique to your application environment. We also have affordable plans for ongoing IT management. See our support packages to find the one that meets your needs and budget.