Cloud Backup and Disaster Recovery
Protect your Data and EnsureBusiness Survival after a Crisis
Our Managed Disaster Recovery service will fully protect you and get you quickly back up and running. We’ll provide you with a complete cloud hosted environment with remote access to your applications and data.
Not only will your servers be recovered straight away, but your staff will also be able to log in to a familiar desktop from any terminal, home office or Microsoft device with an internet connection.
Complete Peace of Mind
Relax with a regularly tested disaster recovery plan, backed by an experienced IT partner with the support and engineering capacity to do whatever it takes to get you back up and running. No waiting for new servers or your data to arrive. Your applications and data will be fully protected so you can get straight back to business.
What's your Disaster recovery Plan?
Could your business survive a disaster?
Downtime is one of the biggest IT expenses that any business can face! When an unforeseen event takes place, regardless of industry or size, it will causes your day-to-day operations to come to a halt. Your company will need to recover as quickly as possible to ensure continued services to clients and customers. Having your essential data backed up correctly and in verious forms, along with a plan for recovering from a system failure will get your business up and running quicker.
Business disasters can either be natural, technological, or man-made but without some sort of backup system it may be difficult or impossible to recreate your original data.
When it comes to making a choice between onsite and offsite backup options, it is usually a matter of preference internet and speed. Some people prefer being able to monitor and keep track of their data. Others, however, choose offsite servers to store their data.
In order to have the most secure system with the lowest likelihood of data lost, we recommend that businesses adopt an onsite-offsite solution. By having onsite and offsite backups used in conjunction with each other, a problem in one side of the equation can offset by recovery from the other side.