Anexinet Introduces New Program to Improve Disaster Recovery Capabilities

Anexinet Introduces New Program to Improve Disaster Recovery CapabilitiesDigital business solution provider, Anexinet Corporation, has announced its new Disaster Recovery Kickstart. Anexinet’s most recent program will guide organizations through a 6-step procedure that matches internal teams with the newest technology and processes in order to best protect business-critical data and applications. Disaster Recovery Kickstart improves organizations’ current plans by getting rid of vulnerabilities through adopting the newest standard procedures and practices.

Brad Hokamp, CEO of Anexinet, stated, “companies’ customer-facing applications have become more mission-critical to the success of the business, so any downtime has a large business impact. The good news is that technology has advanced to make Disaster Recovery much more affordable to solve. However, if teams cannot execute, and processes are outdated or unclear, even the latest DR technology will not help. Because of this, it’s imperative to continually review DR plans and conduct frequent drills to ensure they are in lock-step with current business requirements, so your business impacting applications stay up and running.”

The 6-step process of Anexinet’s Disaster Recovery Kickstart includes:

  1. Risk Assessment: The program reviews existing processes and identifies any areas that are potentially vulnerable to disaster.
  2. Maturity Analysis and Report Card: Determines the maturity of current disaster recovery plans and identifies gaps that can lower company defenses.
  3. DR Roadmap: Outlines the short-term and long-term tasks needed to improve your disaster recovery plan.
  4. DR Plan for Business-Critical Applications: Establishes a company’s goals for the future, defines disaster scenarios, develops requirements, develops run-book procedures, and disaster recovery plan documentation.
  5. Tabletop Exercises: Performs a mock disaster recovery and application recovery test to ensure success in the event of a real-life disaster.
  6. Recommendations and Next Steps: A presentation that includes a timeline of the project, as well as the next steps to prepare employees for the best course of action during each phase of disaster recovery.

To read Anexinet’s full press release, click here.  

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