Backups & Business Continuity

Be prepared to keep working in the face of any disaster.

Disaster is more than just a Toronto ice storm, winter blizzard or a thunderstorm resulting in flooding – it’s anything that could stop operations and drag you under.

Business Continuity Consulting

Would you trust your sensitive personal and financial information to a company that didn’t invest in data backup? Business owners: why lose productivity after a storm or systems failure when there are means to avoid this costly downtime altogether? Don’t let the elements or small technical errors take you out of service; learn the power in backup and business continuity services offered by M.I.T Consulting. 

An estimated 40% of businesses will never reopen their doors after storms, natural disasters, or hardware failures bring down their virtual infrastructure. Furthermore, according to a University of Wisconsin study, 20% of those companies who do claw their way back from the brink will close within 2 years, and it makes sense; there is limited time to court new clients, innovate new products and service, and handle custom service issues when you’re scrambling to rebuild your virtual database.

To put it simply, backups and business continuity can save your company. One disaster is all it takes for your clients and reputation to take an irreparable hit. The longer you go without full operations, the more money and time you waste, and the greater the risk of closing your doors. But you can laugh in the face of disaster simply by planning ahead with Backups and Business Continuity Planning with {company}:

  • Backup all important data necessary for the success of your business: files, applications, user settings, and more.
  • Store backups in the cloud for safety from disasters that could damage onsite equipment.
  • Also keep backups on an in-office device for fast recovery when needed.
  • Use backups to load virtual copies of systems on new computers in case original equipment is destroyed, lost, or stolen.
  • Create policies and procedures for staff to follow when disaster strikes.
  • Streamline business operations for immediate recovery after disaster.
  • Test all backups to ensure they can be safely used during a disaster.
  • Run a business continuity “fire drill” regularly to demonstrate proper procedures during a disaster.

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