Business Continuity

A business continuity plan is a plan to help ensure that business processes can continue during a time of emergency or disaster. Such emergencies or disasters might include a fire or any other case where business is not able to occur under normal conditions.

Whether it’s a single file or a critical system, our secure backups and range of restore tools are optimized to get you back to business quickly.

We have the tools to get you back up no matter the scenario:

  • Restore single files or folders
  • Point-in-time rollback to quickly recover from Ransomware
  • Fast, full system restore to the same or new hardware.

Disasters can take many forms:

  • Failures of hardware, software, systems, or data centers
  • Business-halting natural disasters
  • Unintentional human error or malicious insiders
  • Ransomware attacks

There is a widespread misconception that data created and stored in the cloud does not need to be backed up. Microsoft operates on the “shared responsibility” model, meaning that they maintain the infrastructure but recovering data is your responsibility. When data is deleted, corrupted, or encrypted by malware… it’s “not their problem”

Do you have a disaster plan?

Business continuity is more than just backup. It involves thinking about the business on a higher level. Large or small, we have an affordable solution for your size business.

Contact Us

Equip your business with the IT foundation it needs to compete and win

Equip your business with the IT foundation it needs to compete and win In a recent industry survey, it was found...

Transitioning from average to best-in-class with IT

Transitioning from average to best-in-class with IT Many small or mid-sized businesses don’t focus much on IT as they should. For...

Disaster Recovery Plans For Business Data

Hurricane Disaster Recovery Plans For Business Data

With hurricane season upon us in the Baton Rouge area, data recovery as part of an overall disaster recovery plan is critical.

Contact Us
close slider

Who should we contact?

Let us know how to get back to you.


How can we help?

What are we trying to accomplish?