Technology and digital information are more essential than ever in running a business – but for small companies, it can be difficult (and costly) to build, manage, and support your IT in-house. At Nauticon, we understand the challenges you face and can help you improve your IT with affordable consulting and support services. We’ll help your business save time and money while providing you with excellent support along the way.
One often overlooked area of IT management is Backup and Disaster Recovery Planning. Unfortunately, too often this means that companies lose time, money, and data in the event of an emergency. Natural disasters, fire, flood, theft, and even hardware failures can be catastrophic without the proper backups in place. You need a plan to make sure that your critical business information is backed up and easy to recover quickly.
What You Get
With Backup and Disaster Recovery planning from Nauticon, you can build a business continuity plan that incorporates the services we offer, including:
- On-site and cloud-based image backups
- Cloud-based file-level backups
- Immediate virtualization for access to critical data in the event of a failure
Our true disaster recovery solution includes local image backups of servers to an on-site appliance and to two redundant off-site data centers. Then, if a server fails, the local appliance can immediately stand in as the server. Finally, if both the server and local appliance fail (i.e. natural disaster), we can virtualize a server to be accessed from anywhere with WiFi—all fully managed and supported by our local team of experts.
Be Prepared for Anything
Having a disaster recovery plan and conducting regular backups is crucial. By partnering with Nauticon, you can rest assured that all your bases are covered when it comes to disaster planning and backing up your important information.
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At Nauticon, we're moving far beyond the box. Our people bring innovative, real-world solutions for all your office needs. We'll help you cut costs, secure your documents, and reduce your environmental footprint. And if there's one thing every business and our planet could use right now, it's managing to do more with less.