Be prepared for minor mishaps and major disasters. Our team will analyze your business to provide solutions that align with your requirements. We then test the implementation to verify that it works.
What would happen to your business if…
- A company laptop was stolen from an employee’s car or at an airport?
- Your customer data or accounting files got corrupted and were not recoverable?
- An employee checked their personal email at work and innocently clicked on a link that encrypted your entire network and demanded a ransom?
Minor misfortunes happen every day in businesses. Files become corrupt. Hard drives fail. Employees accidentally delete folders and may be fooled into clicking on vicious emails.
Major disasters also occur. Fires wipe out computers and all the data on them. Ransomware attacks turn crucial business files into undecipherable gibberish.
Your business needs to be prepared for minor misfortunes as well as major disasters. This means creating an appropriate data backup strategy and an IT disaster recovery plan.
Developing a Data Backup Strategy
Your data backup strategy should fit your unique situation, including the type of data you store, your industry, and your security requirements. There are many factors that are involved:
Devising an IT Disaster Recovery Plan
When some people see the term IT disaster recovery, they think backups. However, having backups is only one part of IT disaster recovery.
You Do Not Have to Do It Alone
Developing a data backup strategy and IT disaster recovery plan can seem overwhelming, especially if you have never done it before. However, you do not have to do it alone. Our experienced technology experts can help you create and carry out these crucial processes so that you can rest easy.
We will ask you critical questions that you may not know to ask.
We are well versed in the pros and cons of the various options available to you. Our recommendations will take into account your data, systems, processes, industry and constraints.