Planning for events that can impact your business means that you can keep operating if issues occur. Loss of revenue, files and even customers are likely outcomes of continued downtime. We'll help you plan for common scenarios and be with you should you need to carry out a recovery scenario.
Ensuring a disaster plan is resilient takes technical know-how and your companies business management team. After liaising with high level staff, we'll create, implement and train you on new procedures - and we'll be there with you if you need to implement them.
Versioning data at hourly and weekly intervals means accidental or malicious deletion of files can easily be restored.
Multiple differential and daily backups provide a safe method to perform partial and full restorations.
Setting up a second site with a duplicate infrastructure will allow you to continue running your business should your primary site fail.
Quick File Restoration
Easily restore accidentally deleted files by right clicking a folder and choosing the date and time required.
Retain all email as an archive - backed up but easily available to view at any time.
Choosing a cloud backup location gives additional recovery options and restore capabilities.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Here's a little more information about our disaster recovery service.
How quickly can I restore files?
This depends on your set-up, but for on-site server installations it's as easy as right clicking a file or folder and choosing a time and date to restore to. If you are using a cloud based file / restore system, then the speed of your internet connection will be a key factor in the time it takes to retrieve these files.
Is everything automated?
Automation is the key to disaster recovery plans. Backing up data should happen several times a day and to a alternate location (the cloud for example). Not everything can be automated, the plan and implementation needs to be created and carried out by management personnel to ensure single points of contact ensure transitions run as smooth as possible.
What is a failover site?
A second location that has a replicated version of the data that is available at the primary site. A failover site allows you to work from this location without spending time setting up a new environment - it allows you to continue your work as usual whilst the primary site is down.