Business Continuity Services
Future-proof your business with our comprehensive business continuity services
Safeguard your business against disruptions and cyber threats
We are a leading Australian business continuity provider that specialises in helping businesses restore critical data and applications in the event of a disaster or outage. We ensure your essential business functions can continue during disruption and maintain protection against cyber threats.
Our experts provide a comprehensive suite of business continuity services for businesses of all sizes to ensure continuity of operations in the face of disruptions or disasters.
Professional IT services for business continuity and disaster recovery
In preparing for business continuity, we plan and implement the entire process. Our experts assess your current data storage and the impact on your business if existing storage is paused. We configure software that regularly backs up your data on an ongoing basis.
Disaster recovery planning
Business continuity planning
Cloud backup and recovery
How alltasksIT restored business continuity for Golden Bros. group after hardware theft
The Golden Bros. Group became victim to a burglary, in which they lost their PCs. Recovery was important after this security breach as the company needed to quickly set up and return to work as soon as possible. We got this client’s Sydney office back online a little over 24 hours later. Such a prompt bounce-back meant their staff could continue doing their jobs and serving customers.
Frequently Asked Questions
Business continuity planning (BCP) is the process of identifying potential risks and developing strategies to ensure that critical business functions can continue in the event of a disruption.
Business continuity planning focuses on ensuring that essential business functions can continue in the event of a disruption, while disaster recovery planning focuses on restoring IT infrastructure and operations after a disaster.
The key components of a business continuity plan include risk assessment, business impact analysis, crisis management, emergency response, business continuity strategies, testing and maintenance.
A business continuity plan should be tested at least annually, with more frequent testing for critical systems or in the event of significant changes to the business or IT infrastructure.