Disaster Recovery Planning and Business Continuity

Business Continuity Planning is essential to the continued success of your organization. Every company needs a thorough contingency plan that ensures continuous business operations should any unforeseen, difficult or catastrophic event occur. Yet many organizations still ignore or put off this important planning because it seems overwhelming or expensive. Others have continuity plans but don’t realize they are grossly inadequate. Nanotek has a proven track record of guiding businesses in developing and updating a viable and affordable business continuity plan. Our strategy focuses on simplicity, efficiency and reliability throughout the process.

Nanotek Business Continuity Solutions will help you reduce or avoid revenue losses; protect your mission-critical data by leveraging our infrastructure and support services; reduce downtime and increase employee productivity; enable you to resume business and employee activities more quickly and cost-effectively following a disaster or other unplanned interruption.

Count on Nanotek to:

  •  Deliver straightforward expert information and advice
  •  Identify the most suitable platforms, tools and suppliers
  •  Implement a clearly defined strategy that maximizes your time and money
  •  Ensure that your company adopts and maintains sound continuity practices
  •  Provide you with easy-to-understand supporting guides and documentation

While we can’t prevent unforeseen disasters, we can help protect you against them. And with our depth of experience, we are highly effective in creating winning plans for a variety of industries. Don’t delay any longer on something so critical to your organization’s survival and success. Rely on Nanotek for an unsurpassed Business Continuity plan that fits your business and your budget.

Lack of Disaster Recovery Planning

43% of businesses stayed closed after disaster.

A study conducted by the University of Wisconsin finds that 43% of U.S. businesses will not re-open after a disaster; 23% of those that do will close within 2 years.

The U.S. Department of Labor states that 93% of companies suffering data loss are out of business in 5 years.

Can your company recover from a physical or technical disaster? From a virus attack or a corrupted database?

You can manage such risks with a disaster recovery plan. We’ll help you sleep better. We believe that planning for the worst is better than hoping for the best.