Imagine coming into the office one day and turning on your computer – only to discover none of your data is there. You have customers calling but you can’t answer their questions without accurate records. You have work that needs to be done but you don’t even know where to start without real-time information. You decide to call someone in to try and recover what was lost, but they’re taking hours upon hours and can’t guarantee they’ll recover it all.
Meanwhile, you’re losing money as your staff members are being paid to wait around for a resolution, your customers are getting more upset by the minute, and if you’re in a heavily regulated industry, you’re going to have to deal with this – from a legal standpoint – once you get back up and running. That’s an entire headache right there.
The unfortunate truth is, data loss has no boundaries. It doesn’t matter how small, large, regulated, or well-managed your business is, data loss can happen to you. Maybe you’ve experienced it to some degree before, and that’s why you’re here. Maybe you’ve heard about horror stories on the news, and that’s why you’re here.
Regardless, you’re here for one reason…
You don’t want to experience data loss because you KNOW it brings a domino-like effect of serious consequences. It strikes at any time and it’s not always easy to recover from, whether you’re a small business or a large enterprise.
for you’re committed to avoiding data loss, we commend your efforts and want to guide you through the process. Here’s what we do for our clients – none of which have experienced significant data loss since working with us:
Identify the risks including performing a full assessment of your infrastructure and where data is stored, then assessing your risk level in terms of natural disasters, man-made disasters, and technology incidents.
Determine what’s critical in terms of applications, documents, and resources that are absolutely necessary for your day-to-day operations so we can make sure they’re recoverable first and foremost.
Implement backup and recovery procedures to ensure everything necessary is backed up and ready to recover in a moment’s notice. This includes onsite backups and cloud-based backups to recover from any sort of disruption.
Are you ready to feel confident knowing NO disruption will get in your way? Let’s work together…