Disaster Recovery Services

Organizations need to consider the true cost of protecting, recovering and operating a business in the event of a disruption. What is the cost of downtime? What is the cost of uptime? Almost 50% of companies do not have a Disaster Recovery Plan and, if they do, 50% fail to adequately test the plan.

Essential to a robust Disaster Recovery program is an assessment of what business risks need to be addressed. What needs to be protected, to what level, and at what cost, is evaluated against the impact of a business service not being available. This analysis drives the optimal solution.

Harvard Partners works closely with clients to deliver maximum value for their investment in Disaster Recovery.

Why Harvard Partners?

Harvard Partners understands the need to balance investment in Disaster Recovery with other IT initiatives. We deliver successful Disaster Recovery programs and phased, seamless, and scalable implementations. We create teams of your staff, vendors, and third-party consultants delivering industry best practices designed to work in your environment.

Companies considering a Disaster Recovery program often look for validation and return on investment. Harvard Partners uses a combination of its "Scan-Focus-Act-Confirm" methodology, with highly experienced professionals, providing a high-level assessment and direction demonstrating the true value of Disaster Recovery.

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Case Studies

Disaster Recovery Assessment and Planning
A comment during a routine audit regarding the college's disaster recovery preparedness led IT to prioritize Disaster Recovery planning.
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Disaster Recovery Assessment and Planning
Multiple incidents in the Boston area (power outage, hurricanes, earthquake, tornado, and bombings) created a desire for IT to implement a system recovery plan and proposal for their on-campus data center.
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Operational Resilience
Post 9/11 activities within this company led to the creation of formal Disaster Recovery, Business Continuity, and Incident Management functions residing in both IT and business groups.
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Disaster Recovery