When it comes to business continuity planning, we always encourage our clients to hope for the best and prepare for the worst.
Our resources will help you:
- Prime your business and your employees for unexpected disasters and everyday events.
- Choose a vendor that fits the needs of your company.
- Understand more about how Rentsys helps you reduce downtime.
Use this checklist to help you create and/or assess each area of your business continuity/disaster recovery plan.
More than 3 million earthquakes occur each year. Get tips to prepare your business now.
Floods are the most common disaster in the U.S. Download our tips on what to do when the waters start to rise.
Hurricanes cause $60 billion in damages per year. Discover how to help your business weather the storm.
Landslides cause $1-2 billion in damage annually. Find out how to keep your business from going under when your building is buried.
Power outages cost businesses $100 billion a year. Shed some light on how to stay operational when the grid goes down.
Across the U.S., there are 17 states at risk from sandstorms. Dig up the facts about preparing for sandstorms.
An estimated 1,000 tornadoes occur in the U.S. each year. Know what to do before, during and after the funnels form.
Reference this guide to help you evaluate potential disaster recovery vendors.
Four Disaster Scenarios: How Rentsys' Connectivity Tools Help Businesses Avoid Downtime.
Get a peek at how our fully managed disaster recovery as a service (DRaaS) solution protects your environment.
Get a better understanding of Rentsys’ business continuity services.
We encourage our clients to test, because testing is the key to making the most of our disaster recovery solutions.
Listen to our disaster recovery specialists discuss some of the more memorable declarations they have been a part of in the past decade.
In the event of an emergency you want to know who you can rely on. Get to know us a little better.
Two representatives from Mercantil Commercebank discuss how Rentsys' business continuity services enable them to continue to serve their customers after a disaster.
Dianne Stephens, a disaster recovery specialist, shares her experience testing in a Mobile Recovery Center.