Disaster Recovery

Act Fast and Minimize Downtime with the Proper Planning

Every business is at risk for disaster. It’s how a business recovers that makes all the difference. Ontech Systems experts follow industry standards when we design custom disaster recovery plans for each client. We understand each business’ unique risks and establish a secure, automated and cloud-based data backup. A disaster recovery plan takes into account the cost of downtime to a business – expenses, lost revenue, employee pay, insurance – and guarantees a solution to help each client recover as quickly as possible.

We begin by helping you understand whether your current data backup plan is really meeting your goals. Ontech then helps you set expectations so everyone in your internal office is on the same page. Since there are many data backup and recovery solutions available from cloud based to virtual servers, we custom tailor our solutions to your unique set of needs and requirements so you understand exactly what you’re getting.

From disaster recovery, to cloud-based email solutions, file sharing solutions and more, we’ll help you calculate the true cost of downtime find the right solution to fit your needs and budget. Datto also offers a recovery and downtime calculator to get you started.

Benefits of Disaster Recovery as a Service

Your data backup needs are as unique as your business and custom designed solution is often the best approach. Whether you’re interested in disaster recovery for small businesses or your organization has more robust backup needs, we’ve got you covered.

  • Your data is backed up every 15 minutes, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week

  • Gets you productive in no time! Your systems can be up and running in minutes.

  • Includes encrypted data backups for enhanced security.

  • Compliant with laws and government regulations such as HIPAA or Sarbanes-Oxley.

  • Recovers accidental deletion of important emails.

  • Includes remote monitoring and management (RMM) so small issues don’t become major issues.

  • Most importantly – keeps your data safe when disaster strikes.

The Importance of Testing Your Backup

Data backup statistics can be eye opening to say the least. Did you know that 60% of data backups are incomplete and 50% of restores fail?

Ontech regularly encounters scenarios where a data backup isn’t working correctly (or at all) and the business owner or manager has no idea. Data backups can fail as a result of software issues, low disk space, user errors, or inattentiveness. For this reason, we suggest following this data backup checklist to ensure your backup is actually working.

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Business Continuity

If you want to maximize your chances of a quick recovery while minimizing your losses, it can pay dividends to invest company resources into developing a business continuity plan and mobile device management (MDM) solution. Check out our Business Continuity IT Guide to learn more about considerations and requirements for a business continuity plan. Then, contact us anytime if you want to know more.

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