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Avoid disaster by having a data backup plan in place.

Most businesses without a data backup and recovery plan affected by a natural or human-caused disaster never reopen (Source: Insurance Information Institute). If there is a significant delay, customers may go to a competitor. Insurance does not cover all losses, and it will not replace customers.

Secure Data Storage

If your network fails, the information it contains can be corrupted or lost. Preserving your data is the first step in any backup & recovery plan to restore computers, and normal operations in a reasonable time.

Regular Backups

A backup that was made weeks or months ago can force you to rebuild your data from scratch. Speros IT services include regular backups of all your company’s data.

Quick Detection

Service interruptions can take many forms, and it’s important to know exactly what the problem is in order to coordinate a response. We have the  tools to help you monitor your systems, and aid in your disaster recovery effort.

Offsite Locations

Keeping offsite backups of your data will allow you to restore your company’s vital information even if your primary location is destroyed. Speros has multiple offsite storage locations to get you back up and running smoothly.

Service Redundancy

Along with an offsite physical location for your data, it’s important to have a set of secondary resources, such as duplicate phone and data lines to use if your primary carrier’s network goes down.

Testing

If you do not test your data backups you might as well not have them. Speros IT consultants regularly test your backup files to make sure your data is functioning properly.

Find out how to protect your data.

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