Back Up / Disaster Recovery

Data Backup and RecoveryCould your business survive an IT disaster? What would happen if there was a fire? Or a flood? Or something as simple as a disgruntled employee with a password and a desire to delete everything in sight? What if you couldn’t get it back? Could you survive?

The best way—in fact the only way—to handle an IT disaster is to have planned for it ahead of time. Automated backups with co-location and redundancy, operating procedures for your employees to follow, and tools to get you back up and running even if your office is destroyed—that’s how to plan for a disaster.

Planning for Risk Including

  • Sabotage, viruses, cyber attacks, hackers
  • Power failures and disruptions
  • Communications sector failures
  • Transportation, safety, and service failures
  • Environmental issues
  • Floods, blizzards, hurricanes, fires
  • Human error
  • System failure
  • Theft

Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery

  • Offsite systems and backups
  • Employee training
  • Maximized uptime
  • Disaster procedures
  • Custom disaster recovery plan
  • External auditing
  • Impact analysis report
  • Co-location / redundant data storage