Can you be sure your business could continue if your data was damaged by a virus, was lost on a dropped or stolen laptop or if a deleted file suddenly turned out to be essential?
A system backup can help if you have one, if it is up to date and if you can be sure it will work when needed.
If something happened that knocked out the office, and all the backups too, could your business survive?
A data disaster recovery solution provides an off-site backup of an entire office of PCs, laptops and servers.
Fire, flood or theft genuinely may be a disaster that knocks out a whole office. Heavy snow or power failure could mean all the data is safe but no one can access it. A computer virus infection could damage the data on all of your machines in a single morning.
In each of these cases what helps, and possibly saves your business, is a backup copy of the whole office, stored securely, that can be accessed somewhere else.
Multi-national businesses have implemented this type of redundancy with dual data-centres, private high speed communications lines and experienced full-time specialist IT staff.
Active Rescue for DATA can HELP
COEXPANSIVE Active Rescue for Data provides these benefits using a rescue server appliance, portable USB disk drives and using an ordinary broadband link, to protect up to 1.5TB (1500 GB) of your data at small fraction of the traditional cost of a disaster recovery solution and at a reasonable price a small business can justify.
For the smaller disasters and "oops" moments we all have, Active Rescue for Data can also allow you to recover any of your files as they looked yesterday, last week or even the month-before-last using data snapshot technology.
Active Rescue for Data will help you to create a DVD based long-term archive for your most critical files. Tax and VAT records, bank information, first pictures of your new baby and so on.
We can even monitor operations remotely and only contact you if there is a situation that you need to be aware of or a problem that needs solving. No news really is good news.
All you need to do is swap over a removable USB disk once a week in a 1 minute operation and drop in a blank DVD once a month. That's it.
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