Business Continuity Services for Disaster RecoveryLas Vegas
Business Continuity Shield (BCS)
Each site implementation includes technologies such as file
de-duplication, encryption, local storage, bare metal recovery, support
for Linux, Unix, Novell, Mac, Windows, and AS400. We also protect
remote desktops and laptops.
Beyond data protection and digital archival, Brydan Solutions BCS recovery
strategy is built around our local or off-site ‘emergency
silos’, virtual environments that can be quickly restored and brought
into production. BCS is a must for business continuity and should be included in your overall disaster recovery plan.
BCS has three key components of the business continuity solution as part of your disaster recovery plan.
- Data Protection and Digital Archival
Your data is only
as good as it’s last backup. It is crucial to protect this data
locally and off-site (online data backup). Non-critical data can easily be moved to our
lower-cost, digital archive
- Client Site Restoration and Recovery
A server failure at your location can have a huge impact on your workforce. Our local recovery options enable us to perform bare metal
recovery on-site or completely virtualize a failed server at your
- Off-Site Restoration and Recovery
In the event of a complete building failure caused by a fire, flood, hurricane, or other disaster, our emergency silos allow key employees to access critical data and applications within a 24 or 48 hour recovery time objective.
Small Businesses couldn’t afford to purchase the costly technology required to quickly recover from disaster. They relied on unreliable tape backups that often were incomplete or simply could not be restored. Tapes only contained data, leaving the business to replace it’s servers, PC’s and programs before attempting to restore. Current data was supposed to be stored off-site (online data backup), but often wasn’t. Most small businesses didn’t have IT departments nor the skills or equipment required to recover. When disaster struck, these businesses were down for days or weeks, enough time to lose their employees and customers, and ultimately their whole business. If your business is regulated by HIPAA or GLBA compliance requirements, you need to be able to quickly access your programs and data during and after a disaster.
Stuck in your old ways?
Risks of Tape Backup
- Unprotected if tapes are stolen and data is read.
- 50% of tape backups do not successfully restore critical data.
- Amount of time to restore data from tapes.
- Exorbitant labor costs due to growing tape libraries.
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