We focus on the Managed IT Systems supporting critical business functions. It involves a set of policies, tools and procedures. Therefore it is important in enabling the recovery of infrastructures and systems following a disaster. We have disaster recovery plans designed to backup important data and restore your IT systems after, both human and natural disasters, strike. We understand that losing valuable data necessary to perform your job and to keep your business running, can be stressful. Therefore we help you take the necessary precautions to help avoid a disaster. Our approach is to prevent problems before they happen.
We anticipate every possible scenario, as this is the key to having a solid recovery plan in place. Our goal is to provide you with uninterrupted services for your business. As well as, reducing the risk of data loss and down time when a catastrophe occurs. From the word go you will find us focused, committed and trustworthy. As a result of our commitment we deliver the best services available.
We aim to understand the most critical failure points within your business. Therefore, we approach the problem from the position of the client by working closely with market stakeholders. As a result, we identify important systems upon which the business is dependent. Therefore, it is possible for us to create a unique file recovery plan for your business.
You get exposed to a wide range of hazards every day. Therefore it is important to have a good recovery plan. There are a variety of different ways that important data can be lost. But with the right plan in place, you can bring safety, security and insurance to your business.
Benefits of Planning
1. Downtime is Expensive
Your business cannot afford to miss a proper plan, as IT downtime can result in major business loss and unhappy customers.
Nobody is guaranteed safety, even if your equipment is kept under lock and key incidents happen. Therefore, it is extremely important to make sure that your business’ important data is backed up and safely stored.
3. Equipment Fails
Your equipment might be the best in the business, but that doesn’t guarantee safety. Hardware failures are inevitable and at some point you are going to need reliable backups to ensure that your company stays in business.
4. Natural Disasters
With the drastic climate change you cannot afford not to backup important business data. Natural catastrophes frequently occur worldwide. No matter where in the world you are, you are never guaranteed a 100% safety.
5. Human Error
Sometimes an external attack or natural catastrophe is not the cause of your business’ loss of valuable data, but human error. Even the most cautious individuals are likely to make a mistake, leading to the loss of important information.
6. Keeping Your Reputation
A loss of data, no matter how unintentional, shows irresponsibility, in the eyes of customers and investors. By developing and implementing a data recovery plan in your business, you will maintain the good reputation of the company.