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Nearly three in four global companies surveyed are at risk, failing to prepare for disaster recovery.

We’ve all heard that when it comes to security threats and outages, it’s not “if” disaster will strike, it’s “when”. So, how will your organization respond? Do you have the infrastructure in place to prevent an IT disaster? And when a disaster does strike, is your organization poised to recover quickly? While 100% prevention of an IT disaster is impossible, there are ways to ensure the business impact is minimal. But how...

The answer is in the Cloud. Here are just a few of the many ways cloud services can keep your business running and protect your data:

Backup and Disaster Recovery - Your last line of defense in a site-wide disaster, backup and disaster recovery solutions allow you to recover at the systems level. A necessary component of your IT strategy, backup and disaster recovery deliver peace of mind that your systems will always be recoverable, even when disaster strikes.

File Level Backup - A good file sync and share service is more than just a way for your team to collaborate on the go, it’s a vital component of your organization’s security strategy. With file level backup, you can ensure that even in the event of a site-wide disaster, employees maintain anytime access to their files.

Cloud-to-Cloud Backup - Cloud-to-cloud backup fills in the gaps left by some of the most commonly used SaaS applications, such as Office365. Many of these cloud applications fall short in the way of cloud-retention. A good cloud-to-cloud backup solution can help you protect critical business data while providing enhanced features to maximize your user experience and more importantly, security. Backup for Office 365 and similar cloud-to-cloud backup solutions ensure that organizations maintain full control of their data.


Don’t wait to protect your organization from inevitable downtime. Contact Us to discuss our extensive suite of options.



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