Backup & Disaster Recovery Solutions
You and your business are completely dependent on your server, computers, and the data stored on them. It’s time to protect it all like it deserves to be.
Your server can suffer irreparable damage through a number of different ways; fire, hardware failure, virus, flood, or any other natural or man-made disaster to name a few. When your server fails, you run the risk that none of the data or programs can be recovered.
If you lost all the data for your business, would you survive?
60% of companies that lose their data will shut down within 6 months of the disaster. Don’t become a data loss statistic!
Since you rely so heavily on your server, you need a disaster recovery plan that allows your business to get back online quickly so you can continue business operations.
Backup & Disaster Recovery by AZCOMP
More Than Just Data Backups
Getting backups of your data is a good start, but we do more than that. Everything that is on your server gets “mirrored”. This means that the operating system, all programs and applications, all files and data are all continuously backed up. When your server crashes, we can have everything on your server restored as it was within minutes.
Redundancy (Multiple Backups in Multiple Locations)
Backups get stored on other drives. If your backup is on a tape that you put in your purse as you leave the office, but then you lose your purse, you’ve lost your backup too.
Our backup system stores your backups in two separate world class data centers on opposite ends of the US. This is the best way to protect your data. It is safe, reliable, HIPAA compliant, redundant, and when your server crashes and you need to restore your system, everything will be available to be restored.
Automated with Reporting
I don’t know what to say about this but I want to hit on that this backup runs on its own, so the users don’t have to do anything. We monitor it, right? So, if something is going wrong with the backup we would know about it, right? And there is some level of reporting I’m guessing that the client has access to so they know everything is functioning properly, right? What about testing? Do we ever test the backup to ensure it is working?
It is time to give your precious business data the attention it deserves. Your whole business revolves around it.