Business Continuity & Disaster Recovery

Business Continuity & Disaster Recovery2018-12-05T23:40:35+00:00

Traditional backup methods, such as tape, disk, or online only, are no longer sufficient

Disasters can be classified into two broad categories. The first is natural disasters such as floods, hurricanes, tornadoes or earthquakes. While preventing a natural disaster is impossible, risk management measures such as avoiding disaster-prone situations and good planning can help. The second category is man made disasters, such as hazardous material spills, infrastructure failure, bio-terrorism, and disastrous IT bugs or failed change implementations. In these instances, surveillance, testing and mitigation planning are invaluable.


“Can take weeks to recover data after a disaster occurs, if the data is recoverable”
“High risk of failure due to heavy manual administration: 58% of downtime is due to human error”
“Time consuming and difficult to test if a backup is working properly”
“Physical to virtual conversions can be time consuming and have a high failure rate”
“Data and backups are at risk when based in only one location, either local or in the cloud”
“Limited options for encrypting data, may not pass industry regulations (ie. HIPAA, SOX)”


“Downtime after a disaster is reduced to hours, minutes, or even seconds”
“Fully automated backup process, very little manual management required”
“Automated screenshots are taken of each image-based backup, to verify a successful backup”
“Instant virtualization in seconds, run a VM locally or export a recovery point as a VHD, VHDX and VMDK”
“Avoid risk of downtime from a local disaster, as backups are stored in both local device and secure cloud”
“AES 256 and SSL key-based encryption ensures data to meet industry regulations (ie. HIPAA, SOX)”
“How can I protect my business?”]

We offer a complete service including all the software, hardware, and cloud based components needed to build the highest quality backup and disaster recovery solution.

Importance of Disaster Recovery Planning

The importance of a disaster recovery plan cannot be overstated. Regardless of industry, when an unforeseen event takes place and brings day-to-day operations to a halt, an organization needs to recover as quickly as possible and continue to provide services to its clients. From data security breaches to natural disasters, there must be a plan in place in case of a catastrophe. Not having a disaster recovery plan in place can put the organization at risk of high financial costs, reputation loss and even greater risks for its clients and customers.

Backup and Recovery Software

Hardware for Local and Cloud 

Software Implementation Configured to any Specific Requirements

Technical Support 24/7

Hardware, Maintenance and Media Replacements

Off-Site Cloud Based Storage