Disaster Recovery

Disaster Recovery

There are many aspects to disaster recovery discussed, but it is a far less implemented area of business. Dataquest have found 80% of businesses who have major ICT disaster go out of business within 18 months.

Ask yourself the following questions:

  • What is my back up plan if my phone system dies and can’t be repaired quickly?
  • How should I take advantage of LLU?
  • Do I have resilient IP or ISDN connections?
  • How can I enable my staff to easily work from home?
  • Would it be useful to have a call centre take our calls should we lose the building?
  • What would be the effect if I lost all or part of my corporate data?

If you don’t have an answer for these questions and a clear plan then you should talk to BtL. It doesn’t have to cost the earth to build resilience into your ICT.


  • Minimum downtime – working replacement IT systems, running on our virtual servers within 30 minutes of an incident
  • Minimum disruption – business and communications systems available quickly enabling you to control the incident, keeping staff and customers informed, and maximizing ability to keep working
  • Guaranteed recovery – 100% testing ensures working systems can be recovered in minutes. No ifs or buts
  • Simple managed service – that is incredibly simple to set up and needs no ongoing IT support
  • Recovery systems available from anywhere – recovery systems available from anywhere with an Internet connection giving complete flexibility
  • Inclusive local file back up – get lost or deleted files back from the local DR Appliance, quickly and easily
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