Data is the lifeblood of an organization. From accounting data to customer preferences, rotary wing specifications to medical history, the loss of a companies data can be both crippling and expensive. In some cases, it can even cause significant legal issues. Unfortunately, data backup and integrity is something that many organizations – big and small – take for granted. If you are not 100% sure of the reliability of your backup and data recovery procedures, the time to act is now.
Data loss can be caused by hardware failure (56%), human error (26%), software corruption (9%), virus/spyware (4%), or natural disasters (2%). What’s more is that 60% of companies that lose their data will shut down within six months of the disaster.
Let Interweave Technologies help your company prevent data loss and expensive down time. We will provide a comprehensive review of your data backup procedures and, if needed, design and implement a fail-safe solution to meet your requirements and your budget.
The optimal solution is to have a “system” that completely mirrors your operations. This “mirrored” system is synchronized real-time 24/7 so that if an outage occurs, your operations can be switched to the mirrored system, sometimes in a matter of minutes. This Disaster Recovery solution is perfect for businesses with mission-critical data or operations, such as government and medical applications.
A Virtual Server is a replica of your production server that runs in another location. The primary difference between a Virtual and a Mirrored System is that with a Virtual Server there is minimal hardware required. The Virtual Server can reside on a system at the Interweave Data Center, lowering your initial hardware costs. If your production server fails, the Virtual Server can be restored to a new server.
Off-Site Data Backup
One of the most common solutions for Data Recovery is Off-Site Data Backup. There are many offerings for this solution, some more proven than others. With Off-Site Data Backup, there is minimal up-front cost, but more ongoing cost. You simply define your “mission critical” data and schedule – as well as any history requirements. We’ll implement your system to meet your needs.
Preparation for continuation or recovery of systems needs to be taken very seriously. The optimal solution for you is largely dependent on your business, your budget, and your data requirements. Let us work with you to develop a Disaster Recovery Solution to protect your data and your business.