Backup & Storage Solutions
Do you backup your data on a daily basis? If you don’t maybe you should consider some type of back system, because you never know when the hard drive crashes may occur. Whether your business is a one person shop or small office with a few employees, devising a backup and disaster recovery plan is the one of the most important things you can do to protect your data for your business.
Data is critical to your business success, so the ability to recover and restore lost files and data is important to your business and your clients. Many businesses do have a backup, but they don’t test restoring capability of their restore function of the hardware and software they use. The backup of data is useless if it cannot be restored. However, ever-increasing data volumes, evolving technologies and inadequacies in traditional backup and restore methodologies can impact on the development of an effective backup and recovery system. A backup solution must work around online processing with minimal disruption to application access. Organizations should assess how their information is used, now and over time and implement processes and technology to meet all requirements.
So ask yourself the following questions?
- Should the worst happen and your computer or server crashes can you live without your data because it was not backed up?
- Have you tested your restore function to your backup?
- You lost your equipment due to fire, water damage or even theft; do you have some type of disaster recovery plan?
- Does your staff have the knowledge to place backup and disaster plan in place?
- Do you have some type of offsite backup?
If you answered no to any of the above questions we asked you, then give us a call, so we can help you optimize your backup environment, improve what you currently have or not have in place, and minimize the possible downtime with a backup, recovery and archiving a solution a solution based on your budget.