Disaster recovery, business continuity, and backups are critical to your business.
Business Disaster Recovery (BDR)
Our solutions safeguard businesses from IT disasters, human error, and malicious activity. You are guaranteed business continuity with uninterrupted access to data on-site, and in the cloud.
DISASTER RECOVERY AND BACKUPS
Are you protecting your business with reliable data backups?
How important is your business’ data protection?
How long could your business survive if you lost all your systems and data?
Despite this heavy reliance on technology and electronic information, many small and medium size businesses use unreliable tape or local backup systems and other outdated data backups for their data protection. Businesses simply cross their fingers in many cases. Published reports show 50 percent of businesses will file for bankruptcy in the same period, and nine out of ten will file within the year if they lose their data for 10 days or more.
TOTAL DATA PROTECTION
Our solutions safeguard businesses from IT disasters, human error, and malicious activity. With TEA defending your business, you are guaranteed business continuity with uninterrupted access to data on-site, and in the cloud.
Backup data every 15 minutes every day
Get back to business – Fast!
Complies with Laws and Government Regulations (HIPPA, Sabanes-Oxley)
Recovers vital Email from Microsoft Exchange
Keeps data safe when major disaster strikes. Remote site is SAS70 Type II and HIPPA Compliant
In case of a disaster, backup can be restored to different kinds of hardware
Malicious attacks target small to medium size business with limited in-house IT staff using social engineering Our solutions allows us to restore files that may be compromised in minutes. Often without this protection you must pay the cybercriminals to get access to your files. The average time to recover your files is couple of days to a week. The FBI has estimated ransomware will surpass $1B.
BCDR: Business Continuity & Disaster Recovery
When your data is needed in real-time and your business relies on it 365 days a year with your systems running 24/7, then you need to ensure you have a BDR solution in place. To ensure your business continuity is to proactively protect your systems and data against disasters of all types. All systems will fail, if you fail to plan against these failures, you will experience how costly disasters can cost you. Human mistakes happen, 80% of downtime impacts mission-critical applications and data and majority are caused by human error.
Despite this heavy reliance on technology and electronic information, many small and medium size businesses use unreliable tape or local backup systems and other outdated data backups for their data protection. These inferior products lack testing and retention to allow a business to properly recover from a disaster.
Businesses simply cross their fingers in many cases. Studies have documented 50 percent of business that lose their data for 10 days or more will file for bankruptcy, and nine out of ten will file within the year.
If you're like most small and midsize businesses, you rely heavily on your data and IT infrastructure. You use computers, servers, and other electronic hardware and software for a wide range of core functions, including accounting, shipping, customer management, marketing, and inventory.
The surprising fact? Data backups have never been easier or more cost-effective to install. Ensure business continuity with data protection.
Disasters are often classified as natural disasters such as floods, hurricanes, tornadoes, or earthquakes or man-made disasters. While preventing, a natural disaster is very difficult, good planning can help mitigate or avoid losses altogether. Man-made disasters, such as infrastructure failure, or malicious acts, such as terrorism, are harder to plan for, but good planning is once again an answer to help mitigate or avoid losses.
Research shows that implementing a holistic pre-disaster planning is the most cost-effective way to deal with disasters. As technology, has become increasingly critical in our lives and corporate operations, and arguably the global and local economy, the importance of ensuring the ability to continue to function in the face of a disaster, and their rapid recovery has taken front stage.
Companies squeezing their information technology budgets because of the global economic slowdown are belatedly realizing they can't cut too many corners in the new security-conscious world, making data protection and data backup the season's hot flavors.