Most people don’t realize how much they have invested in their data. The data you’ve accumulated over the years is one of your most valuable business assets. From customer contact information to accounting information to inventory, you need your data to operate your business.

Disaster Recovery and Business Continuity Planning

Statistics show that on average, over 40% of businesses that do not have a Disaster Recovery Plan go out of business after a major loss like a fire, a break-in, a tornado, or sabotage.

It’s not as easy as just backing your data

A successful data recovery in the least amount of time ensuring that your business continues is only achieved by a sophisticated “dual-method” backup and recovery system.

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Reduce risk with our Dual –Method data backup services

We can help reduce the risk, cost and effort associated with protecting the data stored on your PC’s, Mac’s, laptops and servers. We offer a complete data backup solution that provides you with a full backup of data, both locally and to an offsite location. In addition, our team will monitor, manage and restore data as a part of our service allowing you to rest easy.

Desktop and Laptop Backup

Ensure the data on your laptops and desktops is being backed up whether you are in the office or offsite. Our Desktop Backup Package will perform automatic data backup your desktop and laptops without disruption while they are being used, no matter where they are located. As soon as you connect to the Internet, our service will automatically detect any new or modified files and make a backup of them that will be stored in a central location at our datacenter. You have centralized control over the data to instantly retrieve lost or damaged files

Server Backup

The amount of data you have will continue to grow and your backup solution should as well. Our server backup service provides an automated backup system that reduces recovery time with speed, convenience and reliability. No need to worry about tapes or CD’s that can fail or get lost. We complete a data backup as often as each 15 minutes to a Network Attached Storage (NAS) unit located in your office eliminating long periods of time in between backups again.