MANAGED INFRASTRUCTURE SERVICES
Canadian Partner Inc. take a proactive role in managing your IT infrastructure and your end-user systems. We tailor-fit our solutions and make it specific to your industry or business.
Our server Management and storage services provide your business with a complete range of support for the base operating system on your business servers or storage for a base operating system, which in turn gives you a secure base to build the IT infrastructure your business needs today and tomorrow.
Keeping your Data Center fully protected is challenging and that is why we offer services to manage and protect your office and data center. We ensure the safety of your data by monitoring your data center at regular intervals and by implementing regular backup procedures. We work with you to establish a routine that fits your needs and keeps your information secure.
A storage server is a type of server that is used to store, access, secure and manages digital data, files, and services. It is a purpose built server used for storing and accessing small to a large amount of data over a shared network or through the Internet.
Disaster recovery in information technology is part of security planning and is developed in conjunction with a business continuity plan. Disaster recovery is a set of policies and procedures which focus on protecting an organization from any significant effects in case of a negative event, which may include cyber attacks, natural disasters or building or device failures. Disaster recovery helps in designing strategies that can restore hardware, applications, and data quickly for business continuity.
Disaster recovery can be considered as a subset of business continuity. In order to design a proper disaster recovery strategy, risk assessment and business impact analysis need to be completed. These steps help in identifying the information technology services that can support the critical business activities of the organization. Again, these steps would also help in bringing the recovery point objectives and recovery time objectives. Disaster recovery measures can be classified mainly into three types:
- Preventive measures
- Corrective measures
- Detective measures
Preventive measures aim at preventing an event from occurring. Corrective measures are for correcting a system in case of a negative event or disaster. Detective measures focus on detecting and discovering negative events.
A good disaster recovery plan helps in achieving business continuity even in case of disasters and negative events. The security management team of most organizations have regular checks and exercises in order to assure good disaster recovery measures are followed by individual department and the organization as a whole.
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13 – 30 West Beaver Creek Rd. Richmond Hill, Ontario, L4B3K1