What disaster recovery and business continuity systems are in place?

Posted by Smart Data Solutions on January 13th, 2020
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SDS has a full disaster recovery and business continuity plan in place to effectively react to loss of electrical, loss of network, loss of physical computing facility, loss of employee, and loss of keying facility. The goal of SDS is to restore business continuity within 48 hours of an outage or disaster. SDS maintains a parallel computing infrastructure. Each facility is capable of supporting SDS production. SDS contingency business partners already work some SDS jobs and have high production potential. SDS tests this plan annually.

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