Even a Small Business Should Never Be Exposed to More Than 15 Minutes of Downtime
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BACKUP & DISASTER RECOVERY
It is likely that a system failure, theft, or fire would put your IT out of business for 3 to 5 days. You would also likely lose days worth of data. This is unacceptable in today’s environment. Proactive can do better.
How does a maximum 15 to 30 minutes sound?
Your technology infrastructure is one of the most important assets your business has. Disasters – whether natural, like hurricanes, tornadoes, fires and floods, or human made, such as user mistakes, hackers and aging servers – can threaten your ability to conduct business as usual for a day, a week, a month or forever, unless you are prepared with an active and effective business continuity plan. Proactive IT has cost-effective solutions to guarantee you peace of mind!
Proactive IT’s disaster recovery services ensure that, should disaster strike, your business can get back up and running quickly, with little to no loss of data or services. Hosted backup, email, applications and servers offer businesses a high level of data protection without large upfront costs for physical servers and equipment. We’ll customize your disaster recovery plan for your company’s specific needs, ensuring you have exactly as much protection as you need. Services include:
- Real-time or daily monitored backup of key business data and applications.
- Regular testing of backups to ensure that your data will be available should disaster strike.
- Cloud-based or on-premises data backups to meet your needs and preferences.
- Business continuity planning, implementation and monitoring.
- Proactive IT’s high level of service, including our 30-minute guaranteed response time for critical issues under our Managed IT plans.
For more information how about Proactive IT can help ensure the reliability, integrity and safety of your business data, please contact us today.
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That your business can recover after a cybersecurity attack?
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