If a disaster happened at your business, do you have a strategy to keep downtime as minimal as possible?
Have you considered all associated costs? Can you meet recovery goals?
These are questions many business owners find themselves asking when it’s too late.
Successful backup is the foundation for disaster recovery and business continuity. Without it, recovery and continuity cannot exist.
Outdated technology created to store data is simply not enough. These methods won't ensure data retention and recovery during business critical time windows.
Small-to-medium businesses should consider several factors when choosing backup: comprehensiveness, ease of use, recoverability, performance and reliability, affordability, and scalability.
When hardware systems fail, users can rely on instant virtualization of their failed systems.
Backups of systems are taken at regular intervals and when needed, entire systems can be accessed from another device. This process is quick and causes minimal disruption, meaning you can get back to work and not have to put your business on hold.