Data Backups

We understand how critical your data is to your organization and we are serious about helping our clients prevent data loss. As with every new client, we will assess your current backup process and make any recommended changes to help prevent the possibility of data loss. Here are some of the basic data backup principles that we follow.

Local Backups - We always recommend you backup locally all your data on all machines on a daily basis. In case of a hard drive failure, you will always have access to your data. Furthermore, you can tell your employees to store data on the server and not locally, but invariably they will store the most important file in the company onto their local hard drive and of course disaster will inevitably hit that computer. That's why our system completely backs up every single laptop, desktop and server connected to the network to a local backup system every night.

Offsite Backups – Disasters such as fire, floods, and theft occur infrequently, but you still have to be prepared for such an event. That's why we recommend that all critical data necessary to operate your business be copied off-site on a daily basis.

24x7 Monitoring – We are alerted immediately if there is an issue with a backup process and will follow through to make sure it is corrected.

Redundancy can assist in helping you design redundant systems at all levels when needed and we help our customers do a real risk assessment that will allow them to determine the cost vs. risk benefit.

Automated – Our backup systems are completely automated removing human error. No more remembering to 'swap tapes'.

Versioning – When it comes to databases corruption is always a real threat. has the ability to allow our clients to keep as many versions of these types of files and the feel necessary and we can assist in designing a backup history scheme that makes sense to fit your needs.

Imaging – We image your hard drives to capture a snapshot that takes a snapshot of all your applications and OS install s. So in the case of disaster, you can be up and running again quickly.

Disaster Recovery

What’s the most important component of your business? If you’re like most companies, it’s probably your data – and leaving it to chance can have a detrimental impact on your bottom line. Don’t wait until it’s too late to safeguard your most important files.

will help you formulate a reliable backup schedule and disaster recovery plan. With us, all files are regularly backed up, making it easy to restore lost data in the event of a system failure. When you have a comprehensive fault-tolerance program in place, your staff can focus on everyday business initiatives with the peace of mind that comes with knowing their work is safe.