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How prepared is your organization for a disaster?

logo-blueDetermine how quickly your organization can recover from a disaster situation with a comprehensive disaster recovery and business continuity assessment from Cloud Carib and our partners at HZX Business Continuity Planning. Together, we take a holistic approach towards developing proven Business Continuity and IT Disaster Recovery Plans for a variety of organizations, academic and financial institutions, government, and large multi-national corporations. 

During the assessment, we critically analyze all aspects of your organization’s information technology architecture and uncover ways to improve your environment to optimize business performance, protect sensitive data, and continue normal business operations during a declared disaster.

The purpose of the assessment is to:

  • Examine the usability and viability of any existing plans
  • Identify strategies to improve key Business Continuity Management areas
  • Identify any process gaps or missing information that should be included in a Business Continuity Plan
  • Develop an approach to plan, update and implement a plan based on industry best practices 

Our Disaster Recovery Assessments include: 

  • Assessing risk and options for improving your organization's current IT and BCP recoverability
  • Mapping risks to critical IT assets and data
  • Determining risk probabilities through a risk matrix
  • Educating your team in preparation for a declared disaster with a Business Impact Analysis (BIA)
  • Preparing tools, templates and materials for the BIA
  • Reviewing results to further refine the data and identify process gaps
  • Providing strategies for a comprehensive disaster recovery and BCP plan
  • Preparing a final Risk Assessment and BIA report 

Benefits of performing a disaster recovery and risk assessment:
  • Protect critical assets and data 
  • Identify process gaps and those applications most at risk
  • Continue to support clients and business objectives during a declared disaster
  • Minimize downtime and impacts to revenue and recovery costs
  • Thoroughly document and manage all IT assets and inventory 








Disaster Recovery Assessment