Backing up your important files is an important part of your Intelligent Business Continuity strategy, but on its own it’s not enough. Keeping extra copies of your files is great, but when your business has been set back by disaster, what matters most is how quickly and thoroughly you can restore your important information technology so you can get back to work. Simply having copies of your documents isn’t enough.
You don’t want to be wasting time sorting through the copies of your files on a spare hard drive while struggling to reinstall all your applications on a new computer. Every minute matters, and the faster you can be up and running with the same systems you use every day, the less damage a disaster can do to your livelihood.
That’s why a key part of Intelligent Business Continuity is to use advanced imaging technologies that allow you to bring up a “virtual” copy of your systems in the event of a failure. In addition to storing your backups in a device onsite in your office, we also replicate all of your imaged systems to a cloud-based system that you can access on any device with an Internet connection.
We ensure our clients receive a comprehensive Intelligent Business Continuity strategy. Our team will ensure a speedy, reliable, and efficient restoration of your IT systems with our local and offsite recovery solutions:
Go Beyond Simple Backups – Image Your Systems for a Virtual IT Environment
Host Your Virtual Backups Offsite in the Cloud
Pro Group Networks can help your business safeguard your important files and systems with an offsite virtualized backup plan. To learn more about our Business Continuity strategies and the other services we offer to keep your business secure, contact us today at (888) 625-0062 or email@example.com to book a complimentary business continuity consultation.
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