Protect yourself from data loss and outages – before it’s too late
It’s imperative to have a backup and disaster recovery plan in place to be better prepared for preventing data loss, decreased productivity and brand reputation.
Managed Solution delivers business continuity solutions that protect your essential data from loss and prevent costly downtime in the event of a catastrophic failure. Our cost-effective methods offer high availability, reliability, manageability, and redundancy for all business sizes.
90% of business executives surveyed agreed that they needed a business continuity and backup and disaster recovery plan. Are you in that 90% that is still functioning without one? Many businesses that suffer catastrophic data loss rarely recover. Let us help you make sure you’re protecting one of your most cirtical assets – your data.
Reducing Risk & Avoiding Downtime with our Custom BCDR Solutions
Downtime will decrease productivity and revenue, damage your brand and upset your customers. This can all be avoided by implementing a proper backup and disaster recovery plan. By tailoring a BCDR plan that works for your business, we can reduce your risk. As a technology partner, we assess your architecture to understand your needs and determine what tools are needed to meet your RPO and RTO objectives.
How does our backup solution work?
We partner with StorageCraft and most of our BDR offerings consist of three components:
- Hardware: Dedicated Dell server which serves as the destination for backups
- Software: Shadowprotect by StorageCraft is the back-end software, which is installed on each server endpoint and runs scheduled backup jobs.
- Cloud: backup images are uploaded nightly to the cloud vault.
We regularly test our backups and utilize a complex reporting dashboard to ensure all our backups are authentic and fully functional at all times.
Managed Solution provides a backup that meets regulatory standards with on-premise and offsite data backups.
How does the data stay protected?
StorageCraft allows us granularity to change how often backup incrementals are. We are backing up data on the servers as well as operating systems on the server, and backing up both physical and virtual machines every 15 minutes.
What does this mean?
If ransomware or a virus hits, we can go back 15 minutes in time and virtualize the last good machine onto a Network Attached Storage (NAS) device. This allows us to have recovery points and allow restore to happen within 15 minutes to an hour.
How are you monitoring this?
We monitor these servers 24/7/365 and receive reports of any failures instantly.