As every executive knows, disaster planning is a necessary step toward outlining and reducing risks of data loss. At SalvageData, our team of experts can help you design a disaster plan that reduces or eliminates the risk of data loss in the event of a disaster.
Our experts at SalvageData can help design a suitable backup schedule for your data that includes both on-site backups for quick recovery in the event of localized damage to data like an electrical surge. We also offer off-site backups in the event that fire or flooding destroys these local backups. We can help design and work with your IT department to implement a schedule for local and off-site backups based on your organization's specific data needs.
Our specialists are experienced in implementing disaster recovery for the following common disasters:
|Virus Infection||Electrical Damage||Flood|
|Power Shortage or Spike|
|Sabotage or Terrorist Act|
Local data backups can be made on a week-to-week or day-to-day basis. The benefits of a local backup include rolling back accidental file deletions or recovering from power or system failure. An IT infrastructure can typically be restored from local backups within hours, reducing costly downtime. Off-site backups are more secure and are typically made on a month-to-month or week-to-week basis. They are more costly and more difficult to implement, and the data lost from restoring is more significant, but they are a vital way to protect your organization from a significant disaster that destroys your local backups.
At SalvageData, we've seen it all. Our recovery experts have repaired drives damaged in disasters ranging from fires, to floods, to wind damage. Make SalvageData an integral part of your risk planning by trusting us to formulate and implement an ongoing disaster recovery plan. Hopefully, you'll never have to use it.