Us, in a nutshell
Invenio IT is a Business Continuity Services Agency. We minimize system downtime for our clients, thereby protecting their bottom line and future. We deploy and currently manage business continuity solutions for our clients throughout the United States, Canada, Caribbean, Europe & Asia.
We are honored to be recognized as a leading IT solution provider, who embraces emerging technology to exceed the needs of our clients. The Tech Elite 250 list is comprised of the solution providers with the highest level and most certifications with various technologies. While the Managed Service Provider 500 list represents the top technology partners, who are changing the landscape of the IT channel. And, the Next-Gen 250 is reserved for providers who are the first to architect innovative solutions to solve complex and evolving business problems.
It can happen to you. Weather patterns have changed, making natural disasters more frequent. A business continuity plan protects you against Mother Nature, saving your business from costly downtime and unhappy clients.
Cyber hacking at high-profile businesses may get more publicity, but criminals target companies of all sizes. In fact, small businesses are often targeted since they tend to be less protected. Business continuity plans ensure you have control of your data, not someone else.
Human error accounts for 1/3 of data loss: from intentional deleting of files to unintentional and administration errors as well as lost or damaged hardware. Companies run on data–the right business continuity plan will ensure data is always accessible.
Hardware failure accounts for the majority of data loss. Hard drives, memory, CPU as well as fans break and fail. Business continuity is an insurance policy that keeps your business running—even when other things aren’t.
3 Things to Look For in a Business Continuity Solution
Hybrid Cloud Backup
The winning formula for business continuity today is a combination of on and off-site backup protection. Utilizing a hybrid approach improves fault tolerance, while reducing the reliance on bandwidth speed. The local device can act as a restore hub for everything from files to application and server failover. Of course, should the local device be compromised, data that was transferred to the Cloud can act as a replica site for the business. Therefore, it is imperative businesses today employ a hybrid approach to ensure data integrity should a disaster or interruption occur.
Image Based Backup
With image based backup, an actual image of the entire server is taken, which allows for entire systems, files/folders to be restored very quickly. If a server fails, any backup can be restored as a virtual machine within minutes, with virtually no interruption to the business, clients or employees.
Image based backup means faster file restores, bare metal restores, boot any backup as a virtual machine and run virtual offices locally or in the cloud.
Successful Backup Verification
Your days of guessing whether a backup can be restored are over. There is now technology available that will virtualize each backup as a virtual machine, take a “screenshot” and let you know whether or not each backup can be restored. It identifies bootability issues in advance, so if necessary, you can fix any issues in advance and not during a disaster recovery.
The buzz about Invenio IT
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Quick response and great customer relationship. We have been working with Invenio for over six years and it has been good results all around. Keep up the good work.
Invenio IT continues to provide our organization with excellent technology service and has done so, without fail, for the past six years. More, they will prove to be a reliable and responsive technology servicer for the life of your business.
Why Hybrid Cloud Computing is a Must for Data Backup
Hybrid cloud computing has changed the way we think about data backup for businesses. But what exactly is it, and how does it compare with traditional data recovery methods? Here’s what you need to know.