Crisis-Proof Your Data
- KEEP VITAL TECHNOLOGIES RUNNING DURING AN OUTAGE
- ENSURE BUSINESS CONTINUITY
- PROACTIVE AND PREVENTATIVE PLANNING
Prevent, detect and correct.
Every business should understand the importance of not only backing up your data, but also having a business continuity and disaster recovery (BCDR) plan in place. Although backing up nightly to a “tape” or USB external hard drive may have been sufficient in the past, Centrality recommends also backing up off-site as a best business practice.
Whether a system failure, natural disaster, and more commonly ransomware and other cyber threats, it is critical to have a solution in place to recover your data quickly and restore critical resources in a timely manner. We often see that some comprehensive backup solutions can take days or even weeks to fully restore a client’s data systems.
Our approach in assisting our clients is to identify the objectives, business impact and cost of downtime, we then design the proper data backup solution that is sized for your business needs. On-going monitoring and maintenance of backups, as well as periodically performing test restoration of your data are included in Centrality’s Managed Backup solution.
Ensuring that your data is safe and properly backed-up can be crucial to your business continuity and uninterrupted operations. Together, we can develop strategy to prevent certain events from occurring or detect them before they become a problem. If unavoidable, we aim to rectify the situation by restoring or correcting your systems as expeditiously as possible, minimizing any potential harm to your technology and critical data and processes.Request a Consultation
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Centrality Business Technologies11440 Bluegrass Parkway Louisville, KY (502) 267-2552
The weekly visits of our assigned Engineer (per your Defender program) give us the support we need and the ability to plan technology improvements for our ever changing requirements."