How backup and disaster recovery can level up your business
If the worst happens—a cyberattack, a natural disaster, or a critical data loss—how quickly could your business recover?
Most companies say, “of course we have backup.” But when it comes to disaster recovery and backup, the devil is in the details. Get those details right, and you’ll have a system that can be up in seconds instead of hours, and redundancies that ensure your data is always protected, and always available.
Companies who think strategically about their backup run faster and better, with fewer worries about the demands their networks may face in the future. At Integris, we help our clients achieve this, every day.
Questions for your backup plan
If a natural disaster destroyed your server room, what would happen to your data?
Would an outage expose you to any data loss? How fast would your backups kick in?
Does your backup cover all your data, or do you rely on cloud storage from productivity apps?
Is your backup secure? Does the storage of data meet regulatory standards you may be held to?
Why invest in backup and disaster recovery?
With the right combination of data backup products, Integris can get your network up and running again fast. Our data backup and recovery solutions protect your devices, your software, your files, and your operating systems, all for one scalable, monthly fee. Depending on your risk tolerance, we have solutions that can backup in near real time, several times a day, or once a day. Your recovery speed can be tailored to your business needs as well.
The business benefits of an optimized Backup & Disaster Recovery plan
The operational benefits of backup and disaster recovery are clear. They can keep your business running when the going gets tough. But the companies who go the extra mile to secure their networks see even more important benefits, including:
What types of backups do we offer?
Our backup products are designed to handle all parts of your systems, making them a key part of any disaster recovery plan, including:
On-site and Off-site Server Backup with Business Continuity & Disaster Recovery (BCDR)
A powerful tool for disaster recovery, our comprehensive disaster backup creates a ransomware resistant recovery system for all your data. Using inverse chain technology, this product provides a string of system snapshots that pull backups from any point in time—either a single document, or an entire reboot. Its integrated ransom-ware scans provide an extra layer of protection, as it detects possible ransomware infections as backups are being stored. This is our most robust backup solution and is appropriate for organizations that want to minimize data loss and downtime.
Offsite Server Backup
Scaled specifically for more budget conscious small and medium-sized businesses, this system gives you the peace of mind that all your data stored on your server(s) are also backed up in the cloud.
Azure Cloud Backup
Workloads running in Azure are not automatically backed up. Our Azure continuity system is designed to fill that gap, providing secure, hourly Azure backups to the cloud. The system is seamless, so you’ll have true business continuity in the event of natural disaster, ransomware attacks and outages.
Microsoft 365 Backup
This solution offers comprehensive backup and recovery for critical business data that lives in Microsoft 365 and Google Workspace applications, including OneDrive, SharePoint, Teams, Gmail, Google Drive, and more.
Cloud Backup for Workstations
What do you do when a company laptop/workstation is stolen, broken, or infected with malware? This solution comes to the rescue with complete cloud back up with snapshot protection. The solution can restore single files or an entire device’s backup without any extra equipment required.
Backup & Disaster Recovery is part of Responsible IT Architecture
There are nine tools that we use at Integris to help us ensure that the standards of a Responsible IT Architecture are met, and a good Backup & Disaster Recovery plan is one of them.
When you work with us, we prefer to take a holistic security approach. For us, that means employing these nine pillar tools, working in tandem, to create a complete layer of protection around your systems. Whether all those tools come from us, or they are existing tools in your network, it’s important that they are updated, up to the standards of regulators/cyber insurers, and up to the security demands of your network.
We’ll work with you to make sure your backup strategy works as intended, and works well with your other security tools to keep your company safe.
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