Backup & Disaster Recovery
Most business owners understand the risks associated with major disasters, but many still don’t realize that the majority of data loss is often the result of small localized problems.
These are important considerations for any business owner, but for small- and mid-sized businesses, these realities leave no doubt about the value of having a Business Continuity Plan (BCP).
Protect Your Business
Implementing an effective backup and disaster recovery plan shouldn’t break your budget. STL provides an affordable approach to delivering a BCP strategy, so your organization’s assets are protected from any large or small unplanned emergencies. Utilizing the latest tools and technology, our IT experts have one purpose—to mitigate ANY risks to the total sum of your business—your data.
Our Business Continuity & Disaster Recovery model provides:
- “Real Time” Backup Solution — Utilizes “Incremental Forever” methodology to capture changes to your data every 15 minutes.
- Complete Image Generation — Creates an exact digital duplicate of your server infrastructure.
- Server Virtualization Technology — Allows your servers to be restored and rebooted in less than 30 minutes.
- Advanced Data Encryption — Ensures your information remains safe, secure and compliant.
- Built-in Archiving — A more cost-effective and reliable option than backup tapes.
- 24/7 Monitoring and Management — Guarantees complete integrity of your data.
We had a location in Southern Illinois…a strong tornado came through and completely wiped out the facility, we didn’t know where the computer was, we didn’t know where the data backup tapes were; they’ve never been found.
Once we had learned of the crisis that morning we reached out to our business unit in that location. One of the first responses back was: ‘Everyone was ok, no one was hurt, the location is completely gone, but thank goodness our data is in the Cloud.’
They were able to access that data from another location 10 miles away like it never had happened. Certainly, there was impact on the community and that location, but it was one less thing to worry about, and business did continue on.