Whatever your business is, your reliance on computer systems has likely increased over the past five to ten years.
When your system goes down, more than valuable data is at risk; your networks, applications, software and settings can be lost. It can take days to get the affected systems back to their pre-crash state. This assumes viable backups, software distributions and documentation even exist.
A business interruption means more than a loss of data — it means downtime. How much downtime can you afford?
How does downtime affect you?
- If your billing cycle depends on uninterrupted service then downtime affects cash flow
- If you have an enterprise or CRM system, carefully-crafted sales cycles and other customer events and milestones could be affected
- If you can't service customers in a timely manner then someone else will
- If you're in the health care business, a system interruption can be critical to operations. Patient care will suffer if medical records become unavailable. Furthermore, loss of irreplaceable patient scheduling and billing systems will cause your business to suffer
- If you manage risk, billing, or any other third-party service for clients, when you're down they're down too
By utilizing the latest virtualization and centralized storage technologies, we can consolidate your systems including operating system software, applications, configurations and data.
This gives you the potential to perform near real-time synchronization, either on-site or off-site, not just of your data but of your entire system. Our approach is more comprehensive than a typical backup system. In the event of a failure, your systems can be fully operational again in hours, not days or weeks.
We customize each disaster recovery plan to fit your business needs.
In addition to the added security from a debilitating interruption, your IT department will also benefit from a virtualized, consolidated system, which will streamline daily IT administration. A reduced hardware footprint and decreased utility costs are also benefits of virtualization and consolidation.
We're certified by a number of software and hardware providers, and have years of experience in information technology as both software developers and consultants to businesses. In many cases, our business solutions have been derived from our cutting edge government research projects. We understand the complexity and vulnerability of today's computing environments. And we're committed to working with you to develop a dependable strategy for protecting your business from a disastrous computer interruption.
What you don't know can hurt you. Find out today how you can guard against a computer failure that could mean disaster. Contact us for your free assessment.