The entire tech team are passionate individuals. Say the word ‘backup’ or ‘disaster recovery’ and listen. Too many businesses have suffered from poor policy or poor execution of a backup or DR (Disaster Recovery) policy. We are prepared for and have planned for the worst-case scenario. At a minimum, businesses should employ an efficient data protection strategy. It’s the 3-2-1 Backup Rule. Keep 3 copies of your data on 2 different storage media types and keep one of them offsite. We supply and install effective backup policy, proven media technologies and reliable offsite backup storage and reporting. How is your backup strategy working for you? When was it last tested? Not sure? Ask us how.
What do you do when your information technology stops working? An information technology disaster recovery plan should be developed in conjunction with a business continuity plan. Priorities and recovery time objectives for information technology should be developed during an analysis phase. Technology recovery strategies should be developed to restore hardware, applications and data in time to meet the needs of the business recovery. Businesses large and small create and manage large volumes of electronic information or data. Much of that data is important. Some data is vital to the survival and continued operation of the business. The impact of data loss or corruption from hardware failure, human error, hacking or malware could be significant. A plan for data backup and restoration of electronic information is essential.
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