Let’s face it, disaster recovery procedures are usually the last set of procedures that any organizations wants the commit resources to. This makes sense because in a perfect world, if you are executing all your other network and security measures correctly to prevent any sort of disaster, then your disaster recovery procedure would never have to be called upon.
But we do not live in a perfect world. Today, IT and Security teams have not had the necessary resources to execute the perfect set of network and security operations to prevent such disasters and therefore, they are still occurring; hacks, outages, etc. The need for a disaster recovery process is widespread and critical; so why not go with one that is automated? Introducing BackBox…
One of the outstanding features of BackBox is that when a device has to be replaced, or when a configuration needs to be restored, BackBox can be used to minimize recovery time.
With single-click recovery, your BackBox administrator can push a recent backup file to a device and automatically run the recovery procedure.
Additionally, BackBox includes step-by-step disaster recovery procedures should a manual recovery process be appropriate.The result is minimized downtime and less disruption to business.
Why IT operational efficiency tools are a critical part of disaster recovery?
Pre-emptive action is needed to be taken by IT and security experts for many unplanned outages or environment events which may affect the business continuity of their network infrastructure.
In an event of a disaster that impacts the organization, having the immediate resource and infrastructure to reconfigure multiple servers, load balances and firewalls can be a major challenge to any business to ensure no downtime occurs.
BackBox’s automated configuration and backup and recovery solution can help an organization facilitate a seamless process to backup all its network devices instead of having to manually reconfigure every single device provides an automated infrastructure configuration, saving time, allocated resource and costs.