Business Process

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Thank You for Your Interest in Business Process for Continuity.

  • what to do when systems fail
  • how to log onto a new system for the first time
  • how to get training for applications that each customer uses

The best thing you or anyone else running a business may do is plan in advance. Be thinking of what you have to have to run your business. For each of those items, consider expense for loss of use. Then, determine your maximum amount of down time you may tolerate like in the following example:

  • Server A is very critical and needs instant fail over
  • Server B is not as critical and could withstand 24 hours of down time
  • Server C is a redundant server and doesn’t need to be included in business continuity plan
  • Workstation A is very critical and needs instant fail over
  • Workstation B is not as critical and could withstand 24 hours of down time
  • Workstation C is a redundant system and doesn’t need to be included in business continuity plan

I look forward to scheduling a time with you to make sure you have what you need. Advanced planning and setting of expectations is critical to success.

Regards,

Jim

Jim Ray

Jim Ray, President
Neuse Networks –  IT Management and Project Services
office: 855-636-9114 cell: 984-459-0458 since 1997