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Business Continuity Planning for the Cloud-Native Era

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Business continuity planning encompasses a wide range of outlined steps for an organization in the event of a disaster situation like a long-term power outage or natural disaster. But things have changed considerably since the days when businesses focused on things like physical infrastructure and keeping lines of communication open when things go wrong.

Today, the modern business continuity plan starts with the ability to backup, protect, and quickly restore data.

Data is Now at the Center of Modern Business Continuity Planning

Today’s businesses are extremely data-centric and host the majority of their applications in the cloud. Scenarios like a server outage or a ransomware attack — while not as outwardly significant to the naked eye as something like a flood or fire — threaten to cripple internal operations and disrupt end users. These disruptions can lead to significant lost revenue and lasting repercussions in terms of reputation and customer experiences.

But that’s only if your organization is not equipped to address these threats.

The Role of Data Backup, Protection, and Rapid Recovery in Business Continuity Planning

Business continuity planning is not just about proper strategy and organization, it’s also about using the right tools that can ensure your plan is failsafe. If your business hosts its data and applications in the cloud, your planning should be centered around how you can ensure your most essential workloads are securely backed up and remain operational in the face of a disaster event. This all begins with using a robust and comprehensive cloud backup solution.

Cloud backup provides organizations that have migrated to the cloud with a simple, streamlined, and automated way to routinely backup data to the cloud, rather than using physical backup hardware. The cloud backups are then securely stored in an encryption-protected environment and automatically updated according to the organization’s backup schedule. If a disaster event occurs, the latest copy of the data backup can be used to recover and restore data from anywhere using the same cloud backup-as-a-service solution.

When a disaster threatens your organization’s data, time is of the essence. If your cloud backup solution is not equipped to provide rapid recovery, the ramifications can be severe. Downtime to mission-critical data and workloads can freeze business operations and create a costly domino effect that may require significant time to fully recover.

This makes your choice of a cloud backup solution all the more crucial.

Business Continuity Planning Should Include a Comprehensive Cloud Backup Solution

Built natively in the cloud, Clumio’s industry-leading cloud backup and rapid recovery capabilities provide fast data restores that can ensure business continuity when disaster events threaten downtime. Organizations can choose to restore an entire instance or utilize Clumio’s granular and flexible recovery features to target and restore specific mission-critical files.

In addition to Clumio’s rapid restore capabilities, organizations also receive:

  • Turnkey ransomware protection with air-gapped backups that are stored away from primary accounts
  • Simplified data compliance with global policies
  • Cost analyzers to help reduce unnecessary cloud spend

See for yourself how the industry’s leading innovator for cloud backup and rapid recovery can optimize your business continuity planning. Schedule a demo and learn how your business can be up and running with Clumio in just 15 minutes — no need to install new infrastructure and software or conduct any pre-planning beforehand.

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