Skip to main content

Why Network Recovery Is Important for Your Business

By December 11, 2020No Comments
Network Recovery

According to a report from Sensible, more than 93% of companies that lose their data go bankrupt. Network recovery solutions will ensure that you can maintain business continuity. These solutions will help you in restoring the network after a disaster. Thus, they will help you in minimizing the network downtime. In this article, we are going to talk about network recovery.

Why Network Recovery Services are important for your business?

Your business will only run effectively if all the sectors are operating optimally. If you don’t have access to your system or data, then your whole business will come to a halt. Similarly, if you don’t have access to your network services, then you can’t operate your business. Your business can’t operate until you have access to your network and the internet.

A network is the only way to connect with your employees and clients. Thus, a network recovery plan is very important for business continuity.

Some of the common reasons for network failure are:

  1. Equipment Failure

You need to ensure that all your network components are working properly. Network equipment includes access points, repeaters, hubs, gateways, networking cards, modems, switches, and bridges. If one of these devices fails, then your entire network will go down.

  1. Cascading Failure

Every network part is interconnected in complex networks. If one of your crucial router or node becomes overloaded, then your entire network will crash. These individuals crash will force your network to reroute the data. Due to this, the next node in your network will crash. This is also known as cascading failure.

The easiest way to prevent this failure is by having various scenarios modeled. You can run various simulations for ensuring that your network will work properly during a disaster. Thus, you can work on preventing these failures. Experienced MSPs like Bleuwire can help you in designing these simulations. They will help you with stress testing your work. This will help you in fixing network vulnerabilities.

  1. Internet connection failure

This is another reason behind network failure. Your remote workers can’t work with your in-house employees until they have access to the internet. You should always check if your internet equipment is working. If your network equipment is working properly, then you should contact your ISP.

  1. Human Errors

Most of the network failures occur due to human errors. Sometimes your employees can mishandle your network equipment. Also, sometimes your entire network can go down due to misconfigured networking devices.

Make sure that only your network engineers can access your networking devices and router. Only people who have relevant knowledge should have access to these devices. If your normal employees are accessing these devices, then they will probably break them.

  1. Network Attacks

Network attacks are becoming more common with time. However, these attacks are different from normal cyberattacks. Attackers can steal your data for selling it. However, network attackers will mainly extort money by disrupting your entire network. The only way to recover your network services is by paying some ransom to the attacker. Thus, your business will be halted until you pay the ransom.

Most attackers will use DDoS attacks for targeting your network. There are various types of DDoS attacks. However, powerful DDoS attacks can take down almost every network.

How to Recover your Network Services?

Most companies already have access to their security policies. These security policies include the steps that companies need to take in case of a network disaster. If you are not working with a good MSP, then it will take some time to restore your network services. It can be difficult to recover your network if you don’t have access to network professionals.

  1. Remove Infections from your network

Network engineers to first remove all the viruses and malware from your network devices. However, it is not easy to find vulnerabilities in your network devices. Thus, you need to spend some amount of time scanning and testing your network. Only scanning can help you in finding infections in your network. If you have a complex and large network, then this process will be very complicated.

You also need to re-configure and check your network devices after removing malware.

  1. Deploy new devices

If your network devices are damaged, then you should deploy new network devices. However, you should only do this if you don’t have access to any other network devices.

It is not easy to install new network devices as you need to find network devices with the same designs and setup. Also, you need to do proper testing for ensuring that your network connections are working properly. This can be a very time-consuming process.

  1. Restoring systems

If you have access to your backups, then you can recover our systems. This is going to be a very time-consuming service until you have access to cloud-based backup services. You can also lose some amount of sensitive data during this phase.

  1. Re-configure your network devices

If you can’t find a problematic network device, then you should reconfigure all your network devices. However, this also means that your engineers need to spend their time reconfiguring all the bridges, switches, and routers. Thus, you should get ready for a heavy loss. Make sure that you have access to your network map. This network map will help your team quickly reconfiguring all the devices.


The DDoS attacks are increasing with time. According to a report from Cisco, DDoS attacks have increased to 17 million in 2020. Thus, it is important to ensure that your network is protected from attackers. You can’t maintain business continuity until you have access to your network. If you don’t have access to a good IT network team, then you should consider working with a good MSP. Experienced MSPs like Bleuwire can help you in creating a perfect network recovery plan. If you need more information regarding network recovery, then you can contact Bleuwire.

Contact us today to learn about Bleuwire™  services and solutions in how we can help your business.

Call Now ButtonCall 866-249-1911