Storage, Business Continuity
and Disaster Recovery
A recent FEMA report estimates that 40 – 60% of small-to-midsized businesses (SMBs) won’t survive a data calamity. Yet other priorities and financial constraints often push business continuity to a back burner. But what if there was a comprehensive backup, disaster and recovery solution that’s practically maintenance-free and priced to fit small business budgets?
CTI’s business continuity solution is designed to quickly revive your network and have your employees productive again in almost no time. It operates automatically to back up your vital data as frequently as every 15 minutes. If there’s a problem, files can be restored in about a half-hour, or if needed, our system can take over as a virtual server to resume operations until bigger issues with your network can be resolved. And in a worse-case disaster scenario, remote server backup is also available to keep your files and data safe and secure.
Don’t Let a System Failure Shut Down Your Business
Let us protect your valuable data!
A catastrophic system failure creates chaos. Gone are billing and inventory records, customer lists … miscellaneous reports. To recreate this information from scratch is expensive and time consuming. And depending on how much damage was done to the computer systems, it could be days, weeks or even months before operations return to normal. The CTIQ Business Continuity Solution offers you the security you need:
Backs Up Data Every 15 Minutes, Every Day
Gets You Back to Business — Fast!
Complies with Laws and Government Regulations
Recovers Vital Email
Provides Remote Monitoring and Management (RMM)
Keeps Data Safe When Major Disaster Strikes
Your Full-Service IT Provider
Questions? Please contact Harry Abt, CTI’s Director of Managed & Integrated Services, at 914-935-6051 or via e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Compare Business Continuity Solutions Before Choosing
There are other solutions on the market, so be sure to ask:
- Can backed-up data be restored to different kinds of hardware?
- Can both recent and older archived data be restored?
- Are ongoing data backup processes monitored so failures can be diagnosed and remedied before major problems arise?
- Is data automatically backed up both onsite and offsite?
Did You Know?
- Within a 12-month period, the typical SMB will suffer six computer outages.
- The median cost of downtime for an SMB is $12,500 per day after a data-loss disaster.
- Only 23% of businesses backup daily, and among those with disaster preparedness plans, 50% only implemented a plan following a network outage or data loss.
- If a small business can’t resume operations within 10 days following a natural disaster, it probably won’t survive.