Cloud storage (Backup)
Focus on your business, not your backup.
Our file-and-folder backup ensures you’ll be able to recover from the most common kind of loss – an accidental deletion. Knowing you can easily restore the document, spreadsheet or folder in a pinch is invaluable.
We follow Microsoft best practices for backing up Exchange, SQL and System State. It’s critical to have a system that’s built to manage these datastores, or restores will be difficult and error prone.
We also support backups of your VMware images. Our support for moving large files offsite – a key technical differentiator for our company – means you can move VMware images offsite for ultimate data protection.
Files and folders, data stores and images – you can back up and recover them all with CMIT Solutions of Hollywood.
CMIT Solutions of Hollywood Advantage:
- Secure and reliable
- Two secure, SSAE 16 Type II data centers
- Military-grade encryption with private key option
- Offsite and local backup for reliability and speed
- Business grade
- Robust, flexible archiving
- Multiple revisions
- Reporting and notifications
- Multiple device support
As technology advanced with the development of the Internet, so did the nature and vast quantity of data that businesses collected and retained. From operational documents and accounting figures to confidential patient materials and banking information, companies now process and maintain more data than ever before.
With limited budgets and limited IT resources, protecting your business critical data is a major challenge. Let’s face it. Things go wrong, someone deletes a file by mistake, systems get hacked or corrupted, or worse, a natural disaster occurs.
Data loss of any size can hinder productivity and could potentially harm customer satisfaction rates and your reputation. What’s worse, will most certainly impact your bottom line.
Aberdeen Group Study:
One-third of SMBs don’t backup to the cloud.
60% who back up, don’t locally test their back-ups annually.
SMBs lose $7K-$74K for each hour of downtime.
40% of all companies that experience a major disaster will go out of business if they cannot gain access to their data within 24 hours.
Every organization needs a data contingency plan. Most businesses already have them in place for other disaster scenarios: fire, snow emergencies, or illness.
Make sure that your business will be able to function normally even if every computer crashes.
- Backup equipment; SLA for new equipment
- Data Recovery site
- Identify Mission Critical Systems, which ones to get up first
- Identify what needs to be brought back up, and in what order! Order is VERY important, especially in chaos and with large amounts of restores