How would your business cope if it lost valuable data or sensitive customer information? Modern businesses are data driven and most of us have experienced the panic that comes with losing a file or a crashed hard-drive. As such, in our increasingly digital age, creating a robust backup recovery strategy is not a luxury, it’s a requirement.
When it comes to backing up your files and systems, the right solution for your business will depend entirely on how much data it is using, how, when and where you need to access this information and how secure you need this data to be. So where do you start?
Our backup and disaster recovery services
We understand that, while losing data can in itself be a disaster, businesses risk even more devastating consequences if this data is not restored in a reasonable time. Protecting your operations, your finances and your reputation, we make sure that your business-critical data and applications are backed up, accessible and protected at all times.
Conducting an audit of your existing backup process, we can identify any gaps in your disaster recovery processes and advise you on what you need to do to fill them. And, with regular testing of these procedures, we make sure that your backup plan and processes are always fit for purpose.
Weighing up the benefits of cloud-based, physical and hybrid backup solutions, our affordable services are tailored to the needs of your business. No one-size-fits-all approach. No trying to sell you something you don’t need.
We can advise you on:
- Cloud storage/virtual infrastructure. Providing access to data from any device, no matter where you are, cloud computing has dramatically transformed the way we work. However, even cloud services aren’t immune to outages. With many businesses now opting for multiple cloud solutions – so that if things do go wrong, they have something to fall back on – we can devise the right cloud backup solution for you
- Physical storage. Legislation and issues around compliance must be taken into account when storing and preserving data. For those businesses worried about the risks of cloud storage, traditional physical backup systems are still a compelling option
- Hybrid storage. For growing businesses, it’s worth considering a hybrid approach to data backup. By defining and prioritising your data needs, we can devise a solution that combines the best of cloud and physical storage, delivering value, security and accessibility to your business.