Downtime is Expensive
If your employees or customers do not have access to essential applications and data, there will be a direct impact on productivity and revenue.
Data is essential for all types of organizations today, so ensuring access to applications and data following a disaster is critical. But it’s just one piece of the data protection puzzle. Evaluating your business’ ability to restore IT operations can be a good starting point for company-wide business continuity efforts. Good business continuity planning should look at the business as a whole, and the goal should be to develop business resilience. In fact, many business continuity planning efforts start by conducting a business impact analysis or risk assessment -- these studies can reveal weaknesses in your business’ ability to continue operations that go far beyond IT.
Not every disaster is a widespread natural disaster. In fact, most IT downtime is a result of things like accidental (or intentional) data deletion, damage to computer hardware and poor security habits. A ransomware attack or virus can halt operations just as easily as a burst pipe or a power surge. These “lower-cased” disasters happen regularly and the associated downtime costs build over time. Having technology in place that allows your business to continue operations following these small disasters is equally, if not more, important than protecting against fire or hurricane that may or may not occur.
CSR has been protecting business data and operations for 30 years.
Our Backup and Disaster Recovery services provide hourly, easily restorable backups of your files, servers, workstations, operating systems, applications, and emails, including Office 365.
Image-based backups are stored locally and off-site in redundant, secure, U.S. data centers.
Servers can be instantly virtualized locally or in the cloud meaning you’ll be back to work within minutes of any downtime event.