Data Backup Solutions
Protect Your Castle: Cloud-Based Backup and Disaster Recovery Keeps Your Files Safe and Accessible No Matter What Happens
Hardware failures, malware infections, power outages, fires, floods, earthquakes: disaster could strike your business at any time, in many different ways. It’s more a question of “when” than “if”.
Are you prepared?
We like to think of your business as a castle. Your average castle had quite a few different layers of security: a moat, drawbridge, high walls, strong gates, etc. We take a multi-layered approach to security as well, using antivirus programs, firewalls, VPNs (virtual private networks), and BDR (backup and disaster recovery) solutions to dramatically lower the risk of disaster, as well as limiting the damage when disaster does strike.
An effective backup and disaster recovery solution is a vital piece to our overall security strategy. It ensures that no matter what happens, your important files remain intact and can still be accessed.
Cloud-based backup solutions ensure absolute protection. On-site backup devices can be destroyed, along with the original files they were designed to protect, if a fire, flood, or some other physical disaster hits your office. Using the cloud, on the other hand, means your entire office could be leveled and your files would still be safe, waiting on some faraway server to be accessed or restored whenever you’re ready.
Our backup solutions can be bundled with any contract or purchased separately, with both options available under our GuardianBDR plan. If you don’t need or want the actual appliance itself we also offer Guardian Online Backup. We handle every aspect of BDR, from day-to-day management through restorations and virtualizations.
Where’s the Business Value in BDR?
We’ve just told how we protect your data, but what does that actually do for your bottom line?
Think of your files as the result of hours upon hours of work. Lose those files and all those hours were wasted. We’ll make sure you get the most value out of your efforts.
Also, using the cloud means your employees can access their business data from anywhere they can find an internet connection, even when the office is unavailable for whatever reason.
More availability and seamless business continuity reduces downtime, and that means your employees will have more time to complete assignments and collaborate on projects, which in turn means you’ll have an easier time meeting your revenue goals.
Give us a call at (760) 513-6535 or send a message to email@example.com for more information about our backup, disaster recovery, and other IT services.