Considering the current Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, the case for Disaster Recovery (DR) and Business Continuity (BC) Planning has never been more evident.
As we all consider our approaches to operating in the post-pandemic world, many companies are making varied plans for remote and on-site work, including hybrid virtual models with some employees on-premise and others working from home. These new models promise greater access to talent, increased productivity for individuals and small teams, lower costs, more individual flexibility, and an improved employee experience.
Many unprepared businesses have been struggling to deploy remote office capabilities; their efforts hampered by overwhelmed Cloud and Managed Services Providers (CSPs and MSPs), and technology distributors unable to react quickly to service requests and the flood of orders for Cloud Services, Remote Application Delivery, VPN, and other types of remote computing solutions and licensing.
The damage to these businesses’ bottom lines is tangible. Loss of sales, inability to operate in part or in full, dramatic inefficiencies with serious downstream effects on financials, employee and customer confidence, and in severe cases, loss of the business itself.
Compass Consulting wants you to be prepared and we have the solutions, expertise, and experience to assist your business with Disaster Recovery and Business Continuity planning, design, implementation, and testing. Out current clients that leverage our DR and BC services have been able to respond quickly to mobile office transitions, and to this most recent Coronavirus event.
Our partnerships with leading remote solution providers like Microsoft, Citrix, VMware, Ingram Micro, and more, guarantee that Compass will deliver the most appropriate, best-in-class solutions for your organization.
The time is now to get serious about your business’s Disaster Recovery and Business Continuity Planning. If you already have a plan in place, we also offer vCIO and auditing services to test your plan to ensure disaster recovery success.
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