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CMIT Solutions of Greater Poughkeepsie and Greater Danbury

CMIT GUARDIAN: BACKUP and DISASTER RECOVERY

Guardian protects against two of the biggest threats to business continuity: data loss and server failure. A single device stores your data and acts as a server when you need one. As a small business owner, you don’t need to spend a fortune on complicated equipment just to feel safe. You need a device that’s simple, straightforward, and reliable. That’s CMIT Guardian.
Most days you won’t even notice Guardian working. And that’s a good thing. CMIT Guardian’s main job is to back up your essential corporate data — as often as every 15 minutes. But if emergency strikes, this simple storage device can transform into a technology powerhouse, capable of acting as a stand-in for a failed server even as it continues to generate backups.
Stuff happens. Are you prepared?

Servers crash. Offices flood. Electricity fails. And the longer you’re offline, the more likely it is that your business will suffer permanent damage. The clock starts ticking the moment your server goes down, and it’s a race for survival from there. CMIT Guardian can “stand in” as a surrogate server, getting you back up and running within an hour. That’s a lot better than the alternative of calling in an IT guy, ordering a new server, transferring files, reconfiguring the server, and getting back up in a few days or a few weeks. And it’s infinitely better than going out of business.

CMIT Guardian is the ALL-IN-ONE  SOLUTION because it works as both a storage device and an emergency backup server. And it can do both at the same time. Not so long ago, this kind of technology was only available to large enterprises that were willing to pay top dollar for it. Now it’s available to small businesses at an affordable price.
37 Saint Andrews Lane
Hopewell Junction, NY 12533
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Can you guarantee that if you lost your valuable data, you could retrieve it all?
A recent study discovered that, of companies experiencing a “major loss” of company data, 43 percent never reopened, 51 percent closed within two years of the loss, and a mere 6 percent survived over the long-term . For small and medium-sized businesses (SMB’s) in particular, these statistics indicate the necessity of implementing a Business Continuity Planning (BCP) strategy grounded in a robust data backup and recovery solution.
You might associate data loss with dramatic disaster scenarios like fire, floods, and hurricanes. But in reality, you’re more likely to lose data through simple human error or negligence. You need a backup and disaster recovery system that’s equipped to cope with all varieties of disaster, from earthquakes to spilled cups of coffee.
  • Hardware Failure
  • Viruses
  • Natural Disasters
  • Theft
  • Employee Error
  • Employee Sabotage
  • Failed Backups