Backup & Disaster Recovery Plan

Business Data Protection

Ensuring your business survives any disaster threat

Everyone knows the importance of protecting their data. What many don’t realize is that while the chances of a major disaster might seem quite remote, the majority of data loss is the result of small, localized problems such as hard drive crashes, lightening strikes, theft, or accidental employee deletion.

Downtime Costs And Statistics

Businesses Who Have Experienced Data Loss

Companies Who Go Out Of Business After A Data Loss

2 Events
Avg Downtime Events Per Year

3 Hrs
Avg Length Of Downtime Event

Avg Cost Of Downtime Per Hour

Avg Downtime Cost Per Year

Based on a business with 25 employees, an average annual salary of $35,000 per employee, annual revenue of $1,000,000 and the assumption that the downtime only affected 70% of the company

Common Recovery Plan Features

Our full-service suite of recover products will provide your business with the benefits of …

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Automated Cloud Backup

The most important feature of any backup and recovery plan is saving multiple copies of your data to remote locations far away from your main office. This way, if a natural disaster wipes out your main office, your backed up data is housed somewhere far enough away to remain unaffected.

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Cloud Synchronization

Cloud Synchronization is a special variety of cloud backup where your local files are backed up as you make changes instead of on a set schedule. This way, if something happen to your machine, you can just pick up where you left off without having to worry about how much data you lost between now and your last backup.

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Cloud Replication

What happens if your physical computers or servers are destroyed? Even if you have good backups, this could put you out of business for days or even weeks as you wait on new hardware to come in and get set up. Backup plans that include Cloud Replication allow you to restore your system to virtual machines that you can use over the internet until your new systems can finish being rebuilt.


Redundant Servers

In today's market it seems like most companies are moving away from on-site servers in exchange for completely cloud based solutions. However, there are still many advantages to a good local server including better data speeds, better security options, and offline usability during an internet outage. While we support many different server redundancy setups, RAID-5 is typically, the best for optimizing both speed and resiliency of your data. These servers use multiple hard-drives to create redundant working copies of your data so that if your server does suffer a drive failure, it can continue to function without interruption until the drive can be replaced.

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Air-Gap Backup

The IT industry as a whole has gotten spoiled by how easy automatic cloud backups are. Don't get us wrong, we LOVE our automation, but any system you put into a computer's control becomes a risk factor for viruses. In 2019, we've seen a new generation of ransomware emerging that can find and destroy a wide variety of cloud backups along with your active data; so, our Disaster Recovery Plans often include the use of a manual, removable backup system such as removable hard-drives, thumb drives, tapes, etc. in addition to the automated systems. This way, even if a client forgets to run backups as often as they should, they still have something to work with when all other plans fail.

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Loss Prevention

As they say, "Prevention is better than a cure". While we offer many solutions to recover your data in the event of a lose, we always prefer to make sure you don't lose anything to begin with. Loss prevention comes in many forms including surge protectors, battery backups, antivirus software, storm preparation procedures, data security policies, etc.

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