Being too busy to worry about backup is like being too busy driving a car to put on a seatbelt. ~T.E. Ronneberg

Your volume of data has doubled or even tripled over the last few years, but have you changed how you manage and protect that data? More than 90% of organizations can’t meet their business recovery time objectives, and most haven’t tested the systems they have in place. Because storage solutions have fallen in price at the same time as their capacity has increased, many companies are now running into a new issue: how to back up all that data and recover it in a timely manner.

Backups are a means to an end, and the end goal is to recover key information in the event of data loss. That’s why the most important element to implementing any new backup and recovery plan is to do a full assessment of your recovery time objectives and recovery point objectives. This means identifying what data you’ll need to recover, and how far back in time you need to go to resume normal operations.

Our Offerings
  • Backup

    From onsite to cloud backup services, we can protect your data with a solution that fits your budget & need. Your data is your business.

  • Protect

    Our services can protect you from the consequences disasters bring about. This includes accidentally deleting a file, loss of power or hard drive crash. It also includes a natural disaster like a fire or a flood.

  • Disaster Recovery

    We offer a wide range of solutions to keep your business resilient and ensure you recover data quickly in case of disruption or system failure.

  • Archive

    Our services enable the discovery of old data held within IT infrastructures, helping you to reduce storage costs & simplify management. We work closely with customers through their data access and retention needs.

What You Should Know
  • Home Office Computing Magazine

    30% of all businesses that have a major fire go out of business within a year. 70% fail within five years.

  • National Archives & Records Admin

    93% of companies that lost their data center for 10 days or more due to a disaster filed for bankruptcy within one year of the disaster.

  • 2013 report by Quorum

    55% of disaster-related downtime stems from hardware failure, 22% from human error, and 18% from software failure.

  • Aberdeen Group Inc. 2013 Report

    70% of companies that suffer from natural disasters go out of business within a year — and only 6% survive long-term.

We’ll focus on IT, so you can focus on your business.