Enterprise-grade Disaster Recovery
for the SMB market.
Disaster recovery is somewhat new to the small-to-medium-sized-business (SMB) market. Though disaster recovery has been a priority for virtually every business with a dependence on computer systems since its inception in the late 1970’s, the high cost meant that it was only available to the Fortune 500’s of the world.
The rest of us had to make do with what we could afford, which wasn’t much.
Luckily, nowadays Enterprise-grade Disaster Recovery is only “enterprise-grade” in name, not because it has dropped in quality or scale (quite the contrary), but because advances in internet connectivity, networking equipment, processing power, and the rise of cloud computing have given birth to Disaster-recovery-as-a-service (DRaaS), making enterprise-grade Disaster Recovery affordable for businesses of all shapes and sizes.
The most common and most affordable DRaaS tool for SMBs today is a cloud backup solution.
Taking control of your data with Cloud Backups.
The way it works is simple; every few minutes an image of your server is captured, encrypted, and replicated onto another secure server offsite.
With such a solution in place, you can rest assured that your sales, client info, bills, files, and everything else on your database is safe and not lost.
Just a month ago one of our clients, who happened to be running outdated servers (against our best efforts), suffered a system crash. But thanks to Corp IT Group’s cloud backup solution, all was not lost, and we were able to quickly retrieve the lost data from the cloud and load it onto a new server. Can you imagine the headache that would have ensued if they had lost all of that data? Financial reports, payrolls, customer info, emails, bills; all lost.
It’s the stuff nightmares are made of.
It’s almost crazy to think that just a few years ago, as crucial as disaster recovery is, it was just too expensive for most companies.
Thankfully that’s no longer the case, and your company now has the choice to leave those nightmares behind.