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I.T.: A Company’s Lifeblood

When a company’s IT infrastructure is its lifeblood, it stands to reason that its management would also be its lifeline. Just as the management of a good, functioning IT department is an art that requires meticulous care and constant vigilance, the same goes for a company’s IT department management. But with the right management team, an IT department is sure to run smoothly and deliver the services needed to keep the company running at peak efficiency.

A company’s IT management is a balancing act between ensuring the company’s digital lifeline stays viable, while also ensuring that it remains efficient in the face of changing business demands and ever-growing IT demands.

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Providing a superior IT service 

small and medium-sized businesses with

superior IT services

prevent from becoming victims

Reduce or Eliminate costly downtime or 

Mitigate security breaches.

exceed client expectations,

Key Factors that define a company’s IT management

MSP CORE BACKUP AND RECOVERY IS THE EASY-TO-USE, AFFORDABLE SOLUTION FOR YOUR DATA PROTECTION NEEDS.

 

Digital Risks

Today’s businesses face an ever-increasing array of digital risks and challenges. In today’s highly digital world, businesses are subject to increasing risks and challenges. The continuous growth of digital technology, the proliferation of online services, and the emergence of new types of cyberattacks — all these have resulted in a heightened level of digital risk for businesses. In addition to the many risks associated with digital businesses, the rapid adoption of technology has made them more accessible. The result is that businesses are now operating on a digital plane 24/7 — and this has only increased their exposure to risk. The growth of digital businesses has also resulted in a growing number of cyberattacks. According to the digital attack index, more than 90 percent of the world’s businesses have been victim to a cyberattack in the last 12 months.

 

Backup Is Essential

The ability to consistently back up data stores is a crucial element of any organization’s risk management strategy. The data a business holds is critical to its operation, and the consequences of failure or damage can be severe. Because digital data is highly vulnerable to destruction, loss, or modification, it must be secured with the same care that organizations take with physical data. When data is backed up, it is protected from destruction, loss, or modification. The backup can then be used as a form of insurance, providing a backup copy of data that can be used in the event of failure or disaster.

Managed Services Provide Constant Backup

One of the most important aspects of any backup strategy is automating the process. Backups must be kept up to date in order to ensure that they stay current with current operations. If backups are only kept up to date when an organization initiates the process, it will soon be running behind. This issue becomes even more critical as an organization grows and expands its operations. As its operations grow, so does the amount of data stored within its systems. Without the ability to keep up with this growth, an organization can quickly find itself in danger of missing important data. To guarantee that backups are kept up to date, they must be automated. In order to automate backups, they must be made in such a way that they can be executed automatically, at a prescribed time. When an automated system is in place, it is simple to ensure that backups are kept up to date.

Disaster Recovery

Is Guaranteed When an organization experiences a crisis or disaster that causes significant damage to its operations, it has to restore its digital operations as quickly as possible. This is called a “recovery” or “restoration”. A disaster recovery plan addresses the method by which an organization restores its digital operations. It determines the speed at which the organization can restore its operations and also the level of service it will offer its customers. Disaster recovery plans address the method by which an organization returns to normal operations after a crisis or disaster, but they also take other risks into consideration. For example, they address how an organization will communicate with customers should communications be interrupted during the disaster recovery process. They determine the method by which customers will be contacted, including the types of communications that will be used.

Guards Against Risk

Businesses face a range of risks, from the loss of data to breaches of privacy and security. Backups help to guard against the loss of data and ensure that data is accurate and up to date. Disaster recovery and continuity plans guard against the interruption of operations and ensure that the business continues to provide its services to customers. These are two types of risk that can be eliminated by having a managed technology service.

Conclusion

The pace at which businesses operate, both now and in the future, has increased greatly. This pace of change has also increased the level of risk that businesses face. To counter this increased risk, businesses must be able to back up their data and keep it secure, while also allowing for disaster recovery in the event of a breach. A managed technology service can help an organization achieve these goals. Security threats and risks have grown exponentially in recent years, and now more than ever, businesses need reliable, trustworthy technology support. Businesses can reduce their risk and improve their security by turning to a managed technology service provider.

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Back-up is any process that keeps a copy of data/information available for retrieval in case of a failure, loss, or corruption of your active data.

This may include a business’ core SQL database, documents on a laptop, configurations of the company’s infrastructure, or corporate document storage.

What data? Where is it stored and how fast do you need it back?

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