Best Backup and Recovery Plan Is Now Accessible

by | Oct 15, 2015 | Business Continuity

Small businesses need a backup and recovery plan too.

Never tell your customers that you are closed—or they won’t be your customers any more. Get a backup and recovery plan!

Ever think you can’t afford the right technology to support your business? Implementing a solution that will backup, protect, and recover your data is easier and more cost effective than you may think. In fact, it will probably pay for itself in business saved and headaches avoided, the very first time your system goes down or data is compromised.

There are state-of-the-art backup and recovery plans that begin at only $199 a month. For example, the Datto ALTO 2 is Enterprise Protection at a Small Business Price.  The device provides backup functionality with exceptional quality and reliability. So, what makes this a real backup and recovery plan vs. your standard back up? Here’s what the Datto ALTO 2 can do:

  • Instantly restore any backup as a virtual machine off-site in the cloud
  • Test and verify that each backup can be restored so there is no more guessing
  • Backup and restore entire systems, not just files and folders for fastest recovery eliminating downtime

If your server crashes or you experience a power outage, your systems can be visualized  to the cloud, and you can keep running your business. Now, that’s a backup and recovery plan.

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You may hear a lot of about backup solutions. However, while they may have their place for your home data, they are not designed for business data, files and systems. And, they most certainly won’t keep your business running in the event of a technical or natural disaster.

If you are interested in upgrading your small business from traditional backup to a real backup and recovery plan, give us a call or contact us online.

Tracy Rock is the Director of Marketing at Invenio IT. Tracy is responsible for all media-related initiatives as well as external communications—including, branding, public relations, promotions, advertising and social media. She is one busy lady and we are lucky to have her!