Businesses have now become more conscious when it comes to protecting their data and their whole organization. Hence, the need for making a disaster recovery plan has become inevitable.
Likewise, various systems have developed their own brand of disaster recovery procedures which of course they offer at a price. However, most of them boast of these processes as a reliable investment, promising that the results which will be seen in the face of disasters would definitely make every expense worth it.
Still, we all know how it is when something is being sold. This is the reason why more than anything else, we need to look at the system’s portfolio for disaster recovery.
The portfolio for disaster recovery gives you the following information:
1. The system’s focus on Disaster Recovery.
The portfolio lets you in on how old or how young is the system when it comes to disaster recovery. It also lets you in on how dedicated the system is when it comes to attaining quality disaster recovery.
2. Infrastructure Quality
A portfolio gives a detailed description of the infrastructure utilized by the system in disaster recovery. It gives you an idea if the price you are going to pay for will be worth the perceived standards of quality.
A portfolio which boasts of accreditation is also a key consideration. In addition, you can also verify the accreditation with its corresponding department or organization to make sure that it is not just an eye candy within the portfolio.
4. Client Testimonials and References
This is very important as this gives the portfolio its crowning glory. A portfolio for disaster recovery must have its own pride of satisfied and well-known customers if it wants to bring in more clients for its systems.