What would be the cost to your business if you lost your critical data?
Your business data is the lifeblood of your company and the amount you are collecting and storing is growing all the time. Imagine the impact if you lost a day’s data, a week’s data, a year’s data, due to inadequate or infrequent back-up processes. What would happen, could you recover?
A managed backup service from Computer DR of NJ ensures that all files are automatically backed up as frequently as every 15 minutes if needed. And it will likely cost less than your monthly phone bill. So, how much is your data worth?
Benefits of Cloud Backup
Low Cost of Ownership
A fully managed data backup and restore solution for the same or less than a capital purchase that you have to manage yourself.
Total Peace of Mind
Thanks to centralized management and monitoring by our NOC team, you can rest assured that your business data is safe and being handled by experts. Which means you can focus on your business.
Ensure Business Continuity
Backup your most critical business applications to ensure that you can get quick access to restore systems that would have the most impact to your day-to-day operations if they were down.
Safeguard Business Information
Since our solution takes backups in terms of changes, you will be able to recover files, even older revisions.
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Data backup is the process of creating up-to-date copies of your company’s data which can be used to restore operations in the event of a disaster.
Data backup is a very important part of a disaster recovery plan, but it is not a disaster recovery plan in and of itself. Data backups can only be used to restore data.
Imagine the negative results if your company lost all, or even some, of its data. You couldn’t continue operations. Your decades of scanned client data or customer records. You wouldn’t have any patient records or their diagnostic information. Patient encounter forms and company information all gone.
Disasters happen, it’s a fact a complete and recent data backup can save your business. Yes, you can back up your data locally, but if a disaster impacts your building, or your city, state or region, you’re still left with a major data loss. Having your data backed up in multiple offsite locations can ensure this doesn’t happen. Cloud backups can help you backup business-critical data and restore it as needed.