Few want to be ‘that person’ … the one whose phone rings first when some aspect of the organization’s critical infrastructure fails. Hoping for the best is all well and good. Even planning for the worst only goes so far. There are just too many variables in preventing unexpected outages to be totally failsafe. Yes, there are some situations that can be planned for. But the severity of even known concerns can mean the difference between a manageable and challenging scenario.
When disaster does strike, it is all about recovering to a state of normalcy quickly and minimizing any impact to the end user experience. This applies to almost every aspect in risk management, whether it be for a physical location or operational infrastructure.
Here at NEC, disaster preparedness can be broken down into 3 core competencies – otherwise known as the 3 R’s.
Information must be protected yet accessible before and after the restoration of essential services.
Our high availability infrastructure works to deliver a multi-tiered resilient environment that recovers quickly should disaster strike through the use of our Five9s Fault Tolerant servers, disaster recovery software and SAN and Scale-Out Grid Storage solutions.
Our Fault Tolerant servers and ExpressCluster® software are viable options for effective redundancy protection of physical security applications and possible hardware, software and site infrastructure failure.
To alleviate the risk of data loss and the expense of investing in backup management infrastructure, third-party hosting is a viable alternative while SDN solutions deliver greater oversight for companies interested in keeping control in-house.
NEC is uniquely positioned to deliver Backup-as-a-Service. As the first technology infrastructure provider to join Iron Mountain’s Data Center Marketplace, we can help protect and deliver accessibility of the data stores we host through Iron Mountain’s secure, compliant and energy efficient data centers in North Virginia (VA10) and West Pennsylvania (WPA1).
With so much depending on the network, our software defined networking software and switches can deliver granular, end-to-end network visibility and administrative insight from one central point to promote continuous supervision and greater operability.
For optimum protection of those on-site and within related or nearby offices, emergency protocols can be a vital life line.
NEC’s highly accurate facial recognition technology provide better situational awareness through the use of identification matching software and video surveillance for greater on-site safety and more appropriate course of action.
Where large numbers of people must be reached quickly, our mass communications solutions can send voice, email and text messages or a combination of all so people stay informed and remain vigilant.
Our enterprise security solutions provide a comprehensive package of options that range from streamlining visitor handling, providing employees with a secure environment through physical and visual safeguards and helping to make your critical processes highly available.
Don’t wait for that next phone call or incidence. Let NEC provide a roadmap on critical IT, communications and on-site recovery that will help your organization’s preparedness in disaster recovery.
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