Be Prepared for Anything
Backup and recovery systems provide organizations ways to retrieve information when there is a failure. They also address the following issues:
- Dedicated backup and recovery methods
- Significantly reduce the cost of the data breach
- Point-in-time recovery
- Reduces the likelihood of having recurring data breaches
Every Minute of Downtime is Costing you Money
Maintain continuity for your business operations when a data breach occurs.
Backup & Recovery Solutions
Backup and recovery systems are like life rafts; you hope you never have to use them, but you wouldn’t want to be caught without them in the case of an emergency. Losing data can be disastrous. This is especially true for companies that heavily rely on computer systems to share, edit, create and save data. With an increasing dependence on information systems comes an increasing necessity for a data recovery plan.
In order to best understand which BCM solution works best for your organization, our experts do a full system assessment.
Consultation and Installation
Our experts present their recommendations for the best solution tailor-made to suit your business needs and budget.
Backing up to the cloud is a modern solution to improving data protection. With the help of cloud technology, users can store data in an off-site system. Then, they can send data through their broadband internet connection. This is a convenient way to access data because you can use it from any device that is connected to the Internet. Users can let other individuals get access to this data, too. To keep data protected, most cloud systems use strong data encryption. So, the cloud offers flexibility without compromising security.
These backups store large amounts of data for organizations that need to keep numerous backups. With the help of de-duplication devices, you will be able to keep relevant data safe and get rid of unnecessary data. First, the system notices redundant incoming data. Then, instead of storing duplicated content, it references the source information already stored. Note, because it requires additional resources, it comes with additional costs.