Face Disasters Confidently with Best in Class Backups
We would like to sit down and discuss with you what happens to your IT systems when disaster strikes. What happens to your IT equipment in a flood, earthquake, or fire? What happens when a server or network goes down? Are you and your IT company prepared?
Natural disasters happen. Servers and networks randomly go down. Hard drives and other computer devices break down. Power outages and power surges are a regular part of our electrical world.
We want to ensure your business is prepared with a plan for when the completely unexpected strikes. We start with best in class backups, tried procedures, in-stock equipment, and highly trained technicians prepared to get you back up and running in the quickest time possible.
- Maximize Uptime
- Disaster Recovery Preparedness
- Server and Cloud Backup
- Image-based Backups
- Redundant Internet Circuits
- Redundant Power Supplies
Ensure continuity of business-critical applications and operations
We had a client that worked in a location with old utilities. In most cities, there are some old areas that don’t have a good underground infrastructure. There are old phone lines with no cable or fiber connections. The internet service is really bad and slow there. It frequently goes out and businesses can only get around 3 to 5GB internet speed. This was the case for our client. Their internet was very unstable and would go down from time to time causing major disruption to workflow. We were able to locate a point-to-point Internet Provider and add a secondary circuit, which increased their internet speed and resiliency. When the firewall noticed one circuit was not working, it routed traffic to the other. Problem solved. Work stoppages ended, workflow increased, and productivity maximized.