Business Continuity Disaster Recovery
Turn back time to recover your data, sleep soundly knowing you are protected
What is disaster recovery?
No matter how secure your company’s network is, it’s never invincible to cyber threats. Disaster recovery is a critical step in the data protection process. It involves analyzing threats, backing up data and having alternatives in place. Basically, it’s like having insurance for your IT operations.
Why is it necessary?
Small and mid-sized businesses are not off hackers’ radars simply because they don’t make billions of dollars in revenue. Conversely, it’s quite the opposite. Hackers know that smaller companies are less likely to have cyber security solutions in place, which makes them prime targets.
Also, natural disasters like floods and fires can destroy physical data servers, erasing their contents forever.
Disaster planning is vital for business continuity if and when the worst happens.
Why is data backup critical?
Data loss, due to human error, computer crashes or cyberattacks, can cost your company tons of money and resources. Between the time it takes to redo important work and potential downtime, revenue will be negatively affected. That’s where data backup management comes in.
It’s like a safety blanket. If and when data is lost, we easily recover backups. As a result, your company saves time and money.
BCDR Small business solution
CBS’s cost effective, yet fully featured solution. Recover granular data quickly from multiple points, and use cloud virtualization to spin up lost servers, getting you back in business.
This small business solution is an appliance that can be up and running in minutes, and managed through a simple web-based console.
BCDR Enterprise solution
A fully featured platform for backup, recovery, and business continuity for local, virtual, and cloud environments.
CBS provides image based backups that can be instantly virtualized within the device – or the secure cloud – with the click of a button.
Access files from anywhere using desktop or mobile clients and synchronize changes to keep files up to date, all while storing in their local infrastructure.