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Disaster Recovery Solutions for modern businesses
Don’t let IT disasters stop you doing business
Tomorrow may be the day your company is hit with a virus, power outage, fire or natural disaster. Don’t make the mistake of being unprepared when an IT disaster strikes. When aligned with CIT you will be able to end your fears about the impact of natural and man-made disasters you cannot control – we plan ahead and are prepared for data backup to ensure your company’s downtime is limited.
Employ a current backup plan for your business – we automate the continual backup of your data and systems, so it is always up-to-date.
Reduce potential liabilities – don’t compromise your customers’ vital information.
Benefit from a swift recovery – in case of a disaster you will be up and running in no time.
Protect it all – we make sure your total infrastructure – systems, email, and more – are protected and ready for disaster recovery.
Let us create a strategic plan to safeguard your business
Don’t let a man-made disaster put you out of business. It’s not IF you need a disaster recovery (DR) Plan .. . . it’s when!
Every small business owner knows the importance of their business data. What many don’t realize is that while the chances of a major disaster are quite remote, the majority of data loss is the result of small localized problems. Could your business weather a major equipment failure caused by a tree falling through the roof, a lightning strike, or even theft?
It isn’t natural disasters or catastrophic losses like fires that take down small businesses but something far more sinister – malware. Cyber attacks through malware and ransomware have grown exponentially. Malware is hitting everything from PCs to Macs to mobile devices and it’s inflicting damage. Ensure your Disaster Recovery Solution is able to protect you from this risk. Often the first step cyber-adversaries take is to delete all data backups.
Backups are a single, albeit crucial, component of any disaster recovery plan. Disaster recovery refers to the complete recovery of your physical systems, applications, and data in the event of a physical disaster like a fire, hurricane or tornado, flood, earthquake, act of terror, or theft.
A disaster recovery plan uses pre-determined parameters to define an acceptable recovery period. From there, the most satisfactory recovery point is chosen to get your business up and running with minimal data loss and interruption.
A disaster recovery (DR) plan provides a structured approach for responding to unplanned incidents that threaten an IT infrastructure, which includes hardware, software, networks, processes and people. Protecting your firm’s investment ( including your client’s information) in its technology infrastructure, and protecting your firm’s ability to conduct business are the key reasons for implementing an IT disaster recovery plan.
Although backup and disaster recovery processes make sure that a business can recover its systems and data within a reasonable time, there is still the chance of downtime from a few hours to many days. The point of a business continuity plan is to give businesses continuous access to their technology and data, no matter what. Zero or minimal downtime is the goal.