A new backup system can save your business

by | Dec 4, 2015 | Business Continuity

What you need to know to maintain your data with a backup system

Have you ever run into a situation where that big presentation you needed to give your client disappeared from your computer? Or how about accidentally deleting a file that you really needed to make the sales pitch? Most businesses have experienced at least one hard drive crash, and anyone can imagine the havoc that is wreaked by such a “small” happening. If your business is worried at all about losing its data and files for any reason, it is time to consider a new backup system. And, not all backup plans are created equal.

There are a variety of options available when it comes to backing up your business’s data, but the most effective is a central server that all of your computers are attached to via the network, along with a backup in the cloud. This allows you to keep all of the copies of important documents and files safe from the failures and human error that plague businesses that only keep their files stored locally. Also, by keeping a backup copy saved in multiple places, other employees can access the same file in the event that someone is out sick or is otherwise unable to make the sales pitch.

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Invenio IT specializes in backup and recovery systems. We have the solutions that your business needs in order to get a backup running smoothly and all of your company’s data and files stored securely away from problems that could leave your big client hanging. In fact, we have solutions that can restore downed servers and lost data in as little as six seconds. If you are interested in exploring our backup system options, please contact us and we will be happy to work with you to build a backup system that suits your needs.

Dale Shulmistra is a Business Continuity Specialist at Invenio IT, responsible for shaping the company’s technology initiatives -- selecting, designing, implementing & supporting business continuity solutions to bolster client operational efficiencies and eliminate downtime.