NextGen 360° Advanced Business Continuity™
Whether you need to implement a flexible continuity solution from scratch, fine-tune your current capability, or expand to the next level of preparedness… our only business is to help you get there.
We’ve specifically designed our methodologies to function in today’s context of cost containment and limited resources and to establish your business continuity capability more effectively and less expensively than any other vendor in the industry.
When you need help with any of the common continuity issues: vendor selection, business impact analysis, recovery architectures, plan development, vital records or testing… be it for recovery or full-blown continuity, let our experience be your expertise.
Remember, there is a better way that produces a superior solution for less.
And less risk.
WTG’s service components are predefined, logical combinations of tactics designed to help prevent a disaster through the use of advanced, continuous availability strategies and to recover from a disaster in worst-case scenarios. For businesses just starting their contingency planning programs, these service components, combined with our NextGen 360° Advanced Business Continuity™ methodology, represent a complete business continuity strategy. For those businesses already well-along with their continuity planning initiatives, our service components can be implemented on a pick-and-choose basis to address your specific needs on a timely basis.
Ask the hard questions!
- Are conventional recovery timeframes of 24 or 48 hours simply too long to meet your current business availability requirements?
- Are your contingency planning initiatives meant to really protect the business or simply to satisfy audit or management concerns?
- Are all of your backup files synchronized between all applications, all platforms and all locations?
- Can you really restore all backup data in the time allowed by your recovery time objective?
- Have you ever tested all applications and are your business personnel willing to guarantee that all applications are restored correctly?
- Are your business personnel ready to wait 24 or 48 hours for their systems to return and do they know what to do while they’re waiting?
- Does your planned recovery time include the time it will take for management to really “pull the trigger” and declare a disaster?
- Can you really afford to lose the data from the last backup…do you have plans to reconstruct it or will it be lost forever…have your business personnel ever actually reconstructed it?
- Does management really understand the extent of your recoverability and exactly what won’t be recovered?
- Have your recovery architectures significantly improved over the past few years or are you re-testing the same old things?
- Do you feel that you are paying more than you should for your recovery capabilities?