TrueHelp Backup and Business Continuity

Is your data secure? Would it survive a disaster?
Can you afford to take a chance?

Any seasoned computer technician will tell you there are two types of hard drives; those that have failed and those that will fail. The only question is when!

Don’t Underestimate the Importance of Your Data

Your company's data is one of its most valuable assets.

Regardless of your type of business, your data is vital. You have invaluable, irreplaceable information to which you need access at any given moment; information that is constantly being changed and updated.

A data backup and disaster recovery plan is a critical aspect of any technology environment within a business. Why? Because you’re just one faulty piece of hardware, one faulty power strip, or one busted water line in the office from wiping out every single bit of customer and business data that you rely on to operate smoothly.

Data Backup & Disaster Recovery
Disaster Recovery

Not Just Backup…This Is Disaster Recovery

Sleep well at night knowing your data is ALWAYS safe, onsite or in the cloud.

Often, business owners are well aware of the fundamental necessity of data backup. If you’ve suffered from data loss, then you already know its value. Whether you use tape drives to regularly backup your server, or another type of external storage, you know that the costs of the backup device are well worth it, tenfold. However, data loss still amounts to massive downtime as you wait for the backup to be restored. Wouldn’t you rather it only took minutes away from your productivity, instead of hours or days?

Our bullet-proof system not only backs up your data every fifteen minutes, but in the event of a server malfunction, it can assume the role of that server, while still performing incremental backups. This means your network is still up while your server is being fixed and parts are being ordered. Don’t think of it as merely a data backup solution, but as a complete fail-safe for your servers. We call it the Backup/Disaster Recovery Device (BDR). When your server is repaired or replaced, regardless of the new hardware, the BDR Device can perform a bare metal install to make your infrastructure in-house redundant once more.

Don’t assume your servers will never go down or a natural disaster could never possibly impact your business. Having a backup and disaster recovery plan is critical. Thinking that you have “some-kind” of backup in place could lead your business to ruin. That’s why CR-T offers comprehensive Data Backup and Disaster Recovery services.