backup & disaster recovery

Make no mistake, data loss happens at one point or another to everyone. It could be due to human error, hardware or software error, theft, or malicious hacking or sabotage, and you don’t want to be left scrambling when something happens. We’ll form a plan with you so you’re protected from the unexpected events that happens in business and in life.

Backup

backups

YES! Studies show that up to 60% of small businesses that lose their data end up shutting down within 6 months. We recommend having a backup solution that combines an on-premise component for quick restores along with an off-site or cloud option to protect from regional disasters.
We use a combination of off-site, on-site, and cloud backup solutions to fit our clients needs as defined by recovery time, data retention, and downtime tolerance expectations.

disaster recovery

The key here is to have an offsite backup solution where data is stored out of your local area. People used to do this by having physical tapes or hard drives picked up daily or weekly, but the answer today is usually to have a fast enough internet connection to backup your data to a remote data center. We’ll work with you to determine what your business requirements are for protection from a disaster, and architect a solution that fits your budget and other needs.
Disaster Recovery
Disaster Recovery

disaster recovery

The key here is to have an offsite backup solution where data is stored out of your local area. People used to do this by having physical tapes or hard drives picked up daily or weekly, but the answer today is usually to have a fast enough internet connection to backup your data to a remote data center. We’ll work with you to determine what your business requirements are for protection from a disaster, and architect a solution that fits your budget and other needs.
Business Continuity

business continuity

Business continuity refers to having a plan in place to continue essential business functions in the event of a disruption of some kind. This means having a company policy in place, then designing your technology infrastructure with redundancy in mind to mitigate common sources of disruption that can cause downtime. Examples can be as simple as dual internet connections and spare equipment, and as robust as automatic file and data replication to a secondary or cloud data center.

When we were hit with ransomware, Robust came in, recovered data we thought was otherwise not possible to recover, and completely overhauled our infrastructure. No one was better qualified to help us through the difficult road of recovery and rebuilding.

Traci Furtado, HR Manager, Anatometal Inc.
Partners since 2016
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