Business Continuity & IT Disaster Recovery

  • Introduction

    What is Business Continuity and IT Disaster Recovery?

    You might ask, are they one and the same? Nope. Whilst they do go hand in hand and are closely related, they are different things.

    Business continuity is ensuring your business has a plan to continue to function in the face of adversity, managing risk and trying to prevent things from derailing the business such as implementing resilient IT solutions so in the event of a failure of a component or a cyber attack, ensuring the business continues to function.

    IT Disaster recovery is what it sounds like, the ability to recover from a disaster that has affected the business such as fire or flood.

    Introduction
  • The solution

    Working Together to Provide Business Continuity and Ensure IT Disaster Recovery for Your Business

    Business continuity is about mitigation and IT disaster recovery is about bringing IT systems back online which is why they go hand in hand together and it is why businesses should always have a business continuity plan and a IT disaster recovery plan and for them to be regularly tested to ensure that should the worst happen, the business will just carry on as per normal and hopefully no one will even know there has been a disaster.

  • Our approach

    What We Can Do to Help Your Business Plan for Business Continuity and IT Disaster Recovery

    The Silver Cloud Business, based in Salisbury, Wiltshire, understands the importance of making sure that your business is completely protected by offering a range of flexible business continuity and IT disaster recovery solutions coupled with our word class business IT support.

    We've helped countless businesses across Wiltshire, Hampshire, Dorset and the UK to make sure that in an event of a total emergency IT systems will be operative again with minimal disruption and downtime.

Featured Case Study

  • Sector / Category 01

    Tech tip - Outlook - receive important notifications only

    If you would like Outlook to only alert you when important emails arrive, here is how to do it:

    This involves a custom alert rule being setup for specific people who you feel are important and want to be notified about, for example Customers, mangers or the big boss!

    To set up a custom alerting rule:

    • Open Outlook
    • Locate an email from the person you want an alert from
    • Right-click the email
    • Select Rules
      • Create Rule
      • Switch on the checkbox by the sender’s name
      • Choose “Display In The New Item Alert Window” and/or “Play A Selected Sound”
      • Choose the sound file to play for the alert
      • Click ‘OK’ to set the rule

    Repeat the process for the other contacts you would like to receive alerts for...

    To set up a custom rule for a whole domain:

    • Click the Home tab
    • click on Rules
    • Manage Rules & Alerts
    • Click “New Rule”
    • Select “Apply Rule On Messages I Receive” and click the “Next” button
    • Scroll down and select “With Specific Words In The Sender’s Address”
    • Click the underlined “Specific Words” (underlined)
    • Add the domain you need to receive alerts for (@domainname.co.uk) then OK
    • The domain will replace “Specific Words”
    • Click “Next”
    • Choose whether you require a sound played, an alert displayed, or both
    • Click “Finish”
    • In “Rules and Alerts”, click “Apply” to turn on the rule
    • You will then get notifications if an email comes from the specific domian
    Tech tip - Outlook - receive important notifications only

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