Disaster Recovery Means Always Being Prepared

From cyberattacks to power outages, you want to make sure your business can recover by creating backup and disaster recovery plans before disaster strikes. 

While ransomware or cyber-attacks are two of the most obvious reasons you need disaster recovery support, there are other threats to your data that can hurt your business. These include construction or storms causing power outages, sprinklers being busted and flooding the office, hardware failures — we’ve seen it all. When you’re a small business just trying to be cost-effective, disaster recovery plans can fall to the wayside, leaving you unprotected should a disaster strike.

Hackers, cyber-attacks, natural disasters and man-made disasters are no match for the Cloud. Consolidate your hardware infrastructure or become entirely hardware independent with a cloud backup, virtual disaster recovery or business continuity solution. With the right partner, you can centralize your recovery plan in a seamless, secure, redundant environment at a fraction of the cost of traditional disaster recovery on-premise solutions.