StarLeaf Standby is the robust enterprise communications service that allows businesses to meet their recovery time objectives for business-critical activities, while providing incident response and recovery teams with a suite of tools to excel during disruptive events.
Disruption is part of business life today. Collaboration platform outages, supply-chain issues, cyber and ransomware attacks, global pandemics and natural disasters – all are potential triggers that can take business-critical systems out of operation for hours, days or even weeks.
StarLeaf Standby provides:
1.Business continuity readiness: instant failover at any scale for messaging, meetings and telephony when an organisation’s primary business communications are unavailable.
2.Cyber incident response and recovery: tools such as emergency messaging, live video broadcasts and virtual white rooms, powered by the autonomous air-gapped StarLeaf platform, which enable effective internal and external communication both during and after a security incident.
3.Operational resilience compliance: capabilities for mitigating communications risk exposures identified in a business impact assessment, aligned to ISO 22301, FCA PS21/3 and other industry regulations.
Mark Richer, Chief Executive Officer, StarLeaf, says:
“When a crisis strikes and failover is required, one of the scarcest resources is time – time to get operational again, time to get back to productivity, and time to respond. With StarLeaf Standby, a business can activate a comprehensive suite of collaboration and communication services in an instant, with just a single click. Meetings, messaging and calling can all continue with minimal disruption, be it for a handful of users or an entire organisation, enabling digitally-dependent businesses to quickly recover from disruptive events and return to business as usual.
The StarLeaf cloud has been established for many years, and gives businesses a fully-autonomous, secure and resilient global platform on which to run their business-critical communications both during and after a crisis.”