Business Continuity / Disaster Recovery
Business Continuity
& Disaster Recovery
In the event of a disaster, does your business have a plan?
SunTek's Business Continuity/Disaster Recovery system is vital plan
for your stable business.
Keep Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery on your priority list.
Disaster Recovery System
Regardless of the industry, the importance of a disaster recovery system
cannot be overstated. Disaster Recovery Plan is no longer
for the IT industry only. There must be a system in place
in case of disruptive events. To protect your business operation,
your SunTek Solutions enhanced Business Continuity Team
will always have your back.


Disaster Recovery Plan is no longer for the IT industry only. Regardless of the industry, the importance of a disaster recovery system cannot be overstated. Power outages, natural disasters, and unforeseen circumstances can cause failure of your business processes, loss of reputation, high financial costs, and more.
We provide comprehensive DRS solutions that enable rapid recovery of your IT infrastructure and data. Many other enterprises already acknowledge the importance of redundancy and DRS.

profit loss
Suspension of
prompt customer
Loss of
business suspension
due to system errors
and natural disaster
profit loss
due to
delayed operation
suspension of
prompt customer service
due to limited access
loss of reputation
due to business
[Ripple Effect of Disaster]

BC/DR is Indispensable Condition of Business

Business continuity is always our top priority. Our Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery System allow you to run your business at optimal performance levels while natural disasters or other unforeseen events strike.

SunTek Solutions specializes in disaster recovery plans with 13 years of optimal experience. Our Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery system is vital plan for your stable business; Minimizes disaster damage and system errors,responds in a prompt manner to enable continued operation of the business, protects your business by backing up vital data, and normalizes operations.

Our reliable, responsive services maximize your enterprise value. Keep Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery on your priority list.


BC/DR Survey Result

According to a recent IT budget survey, 72% of 946 enterprises had planned to spend
from 4% to 10% of their total budgets on business continuity and disaster recovery (BC/DR).

In 2012, approximately what percentage of your budget will go to business continuity and disaster recovery?
*Base: 946 enterprise budget decision-makers in North America and the UK and 184 IT decision-makers (CIO) at firms with 1,000+ employees
*Source: Foresights Budgets And Priorities Tracker Survey, Q2 2012, Forrester Research, Inc., and Forrester/Disaster Recovery Journal Business Continuity Preparedness Survey, Q4 2011, Forrester Research, Inc.
Do you consider a disaster recovery plan to be a necessity?
Don't Know
*Base: 250+ professions at firms with 250+ employees in Korea
(manufacturing, telecommunications, finance, hospitals, and public sector)
*Source: EMC Korea Disaster Recovery Survey, 2012, Asia-Pacific Business


When Hurricane Sandy hit New York in October 2012, some businesses that operated DR systems were able to minimize damage and reopen their business immediately. However, businesses that were not prepared were unable to operate their systems for days. Such critical unforeseen incidents may require serious crisis management. In September 11, 2001, the events of 9/11 at the World Trade Center had a tremendous impact on many people’s lives. The events seriously affected the services of firms in that location, such as the Bank of America, JP Morgan Stanley, and Merrill Lynch. Those organizations could have been back to business as usual in a few days with proper DR solutions. In 1995, about 1,700 businesses were damaged due to the Kobe Earthquake (also known as the Great Hanshin Earthquake). The Mitsubishi Bank survived this unexpected cataclysm while most businesses did not. Disaster Recovery plans and systems were an excellent investment for those surviving firms.
Some events of recent years have shown how wise precautions can minimize risks and costs.The protected site stores business-critical data and is mainly designed to provide services, while the recovery site is an alternate facility that replicates data from the protected site.

The recovery site operates when the protected site cannot be operated. In case of unexpected events or disasters, it is best if the protected site and recovery site are in different physical locations.


Disaster Recovery System Introduction Process for Business Continuity

4 Steps: Implementation process for business continuity

Analysis stage
•Cost risk analysis
•Risk analysis
•System analysis
•Network analysis
• User work
environment analysis
•Establishment of Disaster Recovery strategy
•Design of DR solution
•Test scenario
•DR system
•Establishment and implementation
•Analysis of incidents
•Vulnerability analysis
Verification stage
•Create a disaster scenario
•DR system implementation verification
•Review RTO & RPO
SunTek Solutions applies four fundamental principles for Business Continuity and Disaster.

1. Minimum resources, maximum efficiency (a number of servers and bandwidths )
2. Non-typical data synchronization, data DR + entire system DR
3. Storage saving through repetition removal and effective data compression
4. Environment support, even though different devices

SunTek Solutions’ Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery program provides the best solutions that come from rich, vast network of experience and knowledge, a reliable DR engineer team, and proven results.


Reference of Disaster Recovery Solution

Customer Project Year Project
2012 Goal
Plan and implement a DR solution as requested.Back up and migrate
an in-house system to separate the IDC located in a different region.

Major components
1. Virtualize the data center
2. Construct a network between data centers,
3. Construct a SAN NAS network
4. Replicate virtual system, implement DR system

• DR systems for HR, accounting, security, groupware
• Set a recovery point 15 minutes prior to an incident and recover it within an hour.
• DR system testing every quarter
• Saved time and costs