Data is the most important asset in your business and any loss of important data could be detrimental. AsystYOU Technology has customized backup solutions to keep your business up and running smoothly. We can set up onsite and/or remote backups of your critical business data.
Statistics show that 72% of businesses suffering a major data loss shut down within 24 months. We can help you create a backup and recovery plan for your business to prevent any actual loss from happening. A comprehensive backup and recovery plan should be in place to protect every piece of data that your company has.
Disaster Recovery Planning
A disaster recovery plan (DRP) is a formal document created by an organization that contains detailed instructions on how to respond to unplanned incidents such as natural disasters, power outages, cyber attacks and any other disruptive events. Many disasters can quickly knock out your entire network. If you don’t have a Disaster Recovery Plan in place, the consequences could be severe. Statistics show that 43% of companies that do not have a disaster recovery plan will go out of business in the aftermath of major data loss. AsystYOU Technology can help put a strategic plan in place to prevent downtime and data loss.
Onsite backup, often called traditional or local backup, is a system where data is backed up and stored locally, typically on the business premises. Onsite backup data usually includes critical information saved to local media or mobile devices. Sometimes automated backup software will perform continuous or scheduled backups without manual input from a user. Unlike cloud servers, the onsite hardware doesn’t have unlimited backup space. Additional hardware will have to be purchased as your system files and data grows.
Cloud backup involves sending copies of files or databases to an off-site location to preserve information in the event of system failures or damage to equipment. Lost files can be recovered and restored very easily. Cloud backup is considered a safer and more convenient backup method than local backup because all files are synced to the cloud. The cloud’s scaling capabilities mean that unlimited files can be saved. The backup process can happen seamlessly in the background or be started manually via a mobile or desktop application. Multiple computers can be backed up at the same time.
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