Disaster Recovery: A Critical Component of IT Services


IT network services and network security services cover a wide range of needs. However, when it comes to security, many businesses focus on protecting their data by preventing attacks. What about disaster recovery? Safeguarding your info means being able to restore it in the event of an unforeseen disaster.

The Importance of Planning

Backup and disaster recovery are critical to the overall security of your organization. Many small-to-mid-sized businesses never recover from a catastrophic event.

An unforeseen disaster means disruption of service, which costs you money, time, and reputation. Customers want reliability and continuity, and if you are not able to get back up and running, you risk losing important business. And, don’t forget about the legal and financial implications! When you lose or leak customer data your business can face fines and other legal recourses.

Downtime can cost your business a lot more than the expense of your IT Services.

Clouds, Benefits, and Backup

Cloud backup and disaster recovery planning ensure that you have a plan in place. Your digital information is stored securely off-site. So, in the event of a natural disaster like a fire, flood, or tornado, you can rest assured that your data is safe in our climate-controlled data center. We offer advanced security, complete with fire suppression protocols and 24/7 surveillance.

Our cloud-based system is cutting edge, eliminating the snafus often associated with older tape-bases systems. Your info is replicated, encrypted, and transmitted securely, removing vulnerabilities and keeping you protected. Worried about the impact on your network? Don’t! Our backup and recovery processes require minimal bandwidth.

Data disasters can come in many forms — hacker attacks, employee oversight, natural disasters, and more. The only way to be protected against all of these is to implement comprehensive IT services that include backup and recovery, monitoring, management, and more.

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