Disaster Recovery

September 30, 2018

Recovery !!

Risk is an associated factor with any type of business. The analysis of risk and the impact of business analysis are likely to face identifiable risks in the primary operational functions. Further more, the prospective influence, the risks as well as the costs essential in preventing the damages, and the time required to recover any disaster is always established. The selection and evaluation of using a typical strategy is based and the way it is employed. Selection of any strategy involves focusing on the principal risk areas and on selecting the appropriate strategy to use. The main aim during the period of disaster is to maintain the continuity of business and focus towards quick recovery of key business functions and alleviation of damages.


Organizations and companies correlate permanence and disaster recovery solely with IT and the way they do the work. In this confusion they commonly miss other essential areas that could exhibit serious impact on their business. Some of the common areas that are essential to be focused for strategy selection and development would be regarding facilities, employees, billing, power, customer service and customer relationship. All these areas should also be covered based on cost, profitability and recovery time.

However, recovery that is related to employees is the most ignored area of strategy selection. Simple methods such as contacting the employees on their personal phones and ascertaining that they are receiving all the facilities are totally ignored. Communicating keeps them informed and this would make significant tools in disaster recovery and permanence owing to motivation.

Disaster Recovery

There are disaster recoveries on demand service available to recover telecommunication of a particular area affected by disaster. Telecommunication is one of the vital essentialities of your business as well as for government customers attending the disaster in the impacted area and the remaining parts of the country. The managers in charge of business continuity are responsible for telecommunications to have immediate access to route calls.

Fixing up telecommunication services is the foremost step to recovery. Voice communications are vital in disaster management than an email or any other means of messaging. Live conversations are effective, immediate, convey the human emotion and are delivered in real time. The working system of your phone determines your business. You company’s telecommunication voice circuits are prone to disasters. Keeping yourself aware of the types of disasters affecting telecommunications within your company limits will reduce your exposure. Ensure if your company has a telecommunication data as well as voice disaster recovery plan in working condition and is ready for implementation if any disaster occurs.

Essentials of recovery plans

Companies spend on disaster plans but their voice lines are disregarded. If your voice lines are affected, the customer support and within the company communication gets into a serious disaster. As phones are essential for your business risking it by not possessing a disaster recovery plan is critical. A disaster recovery plan protects you 24/7 during natural disasters such as hurricane or snowstorms and also from localized disasters such as power outages, fires, downed trees, or accidentally your cable gets cut off. In fact, it is observed that localized disasters affect the business more as your clients are unaware of your problem. So businesses should plan to avert any disaster interrupting their functions. Even during the worst disaster your phone recovery should possess features such as

  • Provide employee information
  • Availability 24×7 hours to your customers
  • Receive voice mail with email notification
  • Receive fax and voice communications.

However, your voice recovery plan should

  • Evaluate impacts and risks
  • Categorize the technology required to recover the critical functions
  • Explain the recovery strategy; provide evidence and test of the recovery plan.


  • Jim G September 30, 2018 at 8:43 pm

    This is very good information. We are facing 1 to 3 months of rehab. My spouse had a subdural hematoma and craniotomy. Thanks for the overview.

  • Rachael Howard September 30, 2018 at 8:43 pm

    Would you be excited by exchanging hyperlinks?

  • Chadwick Morgan September 30, 2018 at 8:43 pm

    Well done. This is a good summary of the dedicated medical practitioners contribution to BI recovery. Recovery is a long process requiring tremendous work and optimism.

  • Chell Ray September 30, 2018 at 8:43 pm

    This is useful information. My boyfriend was recently in a motorcycle accident that resulted in brain contusions and injuries to his throat and neck which make him unable to eat. As he was born with a Chiari malformation of the skull, that has aggravated the problem. Also, he isn't an American citizen but the accident occurred while holidaying there (without me). This means I have to rely on his parents updating me on his progress. He was never comatose and is speaking and processing information fine but is having difficulty with mobility and the aforementioned inability to eat on his own (he is currently tubefed). This video has given me hope that as he does not seem to be struggling as much as many other TBI victims, he will likely not have to be away for quite so long. The altitude of flying back to Scotland will be very hard on him, but he likely won't need inpatient care by the looks of it! This is really comforting. I just wish I had some support of my own.

  • Mr Tubes September 30, 2018 at 8:43 pm

    Been there done that. Why would anyone give this video thumbs down?

  • Mary Issac September 30, 2018 at 8:43 pm

    very lnformative

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