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Disaster Recovery

Disaster can strike any business, anywhere, and the vast majority of businesses are not prepared to recover. Most people think of disasters in terms of hurricanes, tsunamis, failing power grids, etc. Yet the majority of data losses are not from natural causes. The more likely scenario is a lot less dramatic, but no less damaging . The vast majority of data loss is caused by computer hardware failure, software corruption, and human error. Even hacking, viruses and malicious harm are lower compared to these very prosaic – and predictable – causes.

According to a recent Hughes survey, 80 percent of businesses suffering a major disaster go out of business in three years, while 40 percent of businesses that experience a critical IT failure go out of business within one year.

Disk to Disk Imaging BackUp

Image result for disk to disk backup Disk-to-disk backup is the process of backing up the data from one hard disk to another hard disk, as opposed to tape or the cloud. Disk-to-disk backup can result in higher speed and capacity than backing up to tape, and a reduced backup window

Tape Backups

Tape backup is the practice of periodically copying data from a primary storage device to a tape cartridge so the data can be recovered if there is a hard disk crash or failure.

Server Backups

If a problem occurs with one of your servers, your business may experience downtime, we can supply solutions to get your server backup and running in as short a time as possible.

Cloud backup enables your organization to send a copy of your cloud data to another location so that if your data is compromised, you can restore information, ensure business continuity, and defend against devastating IT crises.
Replication of servers will create an image of your server to a separate piece of hardware, often in a different location. In the event of a disaster you can recover this quickly and easily.
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