Both natural and man-made disasters are unavoidable. From hurricanes, floods, and tornadoes, to infrastructure failure, hazardous material spills, or bio-terrorism, critical infrastructure managers are responsible for minimizing downtime through preparation to ensure business continuity in the event there is disaster. That means they must stop thinking about disasters in terms of what might happen, and start thinking about them in terms of how they will respond when a disaster inevitably happens.
At Miller, we believe that critical infrastructure managers should have the confidence that they are prepared for a disaster. This mentality has helped us build robust disaster recovery solutions for our customers in the data center and critical power market over the last four decades.
Emergency Power Systems
The reliability of emergency standby power systems and the requirements of workplace safety is a concern for any facility and facility owner. With accountability steadily increasing, businesses rely on emergency systems to reduce costly interruptions due to utility outages that can potentially pose a risk to employee safety. As experts in NFPA 70E, Arc Flash, and equipment maintenance, Miller Electric Company stands ready to provide your facility with the most up to date resources to protect your investment.
Any facility that relies on utility power must be up and running as close to 24/7 as possible. Any unplanned outages can be detrimental to an organization. Our team of technicians work hard to respond to all major incidents and be on site working to address them in as short a period of time as possible. We understand that any amount of downtime is unacceptable, so we work to keep the amount of downtime to a minimum.
Communication Systems Restoration
Organizations must adopt technology and standards that keep their IT infrastructure functioning and ensure continuity of their critical systems. Miller Electric plays a major role in helping our clients establish plans that not only deal with recovery after an incident, but also in providing design assistance for organizations that will allow for avoidance of downtime and quicker recovery time.
A contingency plan is a plan devised for an outcome other than in the usual (expected) plan. Any organization could be impacted by an unplanned catastrophe whether it is man-made or a natural disaster. By analyzing the risks, we can help our clients put a plan in place that will protect their assets and minimize business disruptions.
Like so many other things in critical infrastructure, disaster recovery plans need to be built specifically to meet the needs of individual organizations. If a company uses a one-size-fits-all disaster recovery solution, chances are cost will be more than expected and connectivity failures will occur. We will help you define the appropriate approach and find the correct solution based on your specific organization needs around disaster recovery, determining a recovery solution while also staying within budget.