Security, data backup, business continuity and disaster recovery are more important now than ever.
Many small to mid-sized business are finding themselves underprepared for the increased risk of cybercriminal activity. In some instances, the results are catastrophic, and at very least, extremely costly. Here are some questions to think about when developing your business’s cybersecurity strategy:
How valuable is your data?
How secure is it right now?
Do you have an effective data backup solution?
If you have data backup, is it geographically diverse? Offsite? How far away?
Are you using the cloud?
How quickly can you failover if you have a major server issue?
How long can your essential business systems be down before you start losing money?
It is important to search for a reliable, all-in-one Business Continuity/Disaster Recovery (BCDR) solution to efficiently prevent data loss and minimize downtime. Here are some of the features of products we can recommend:
- Fully featured total data protection platform
- Protect physical, virtual, and cloud infrastructure
- Windows, Mac, or Linux
- Automated backups as often as every five minutes
- Data restored from any point in time
- Server images replicated to the cloud for disaster recovery
- Virtualize protected servers locally or in the cloud
Located in Troy and founded in 1993 Teoma Systems is a local leader in providing best in class IT solutions from industry leaders. All Teoma Systems solutions are engineered and supported by local Teoma Systems employees. Teoma’s technical staff averages over fifteen years of industry experience and ten years employment with Teoma. Attracting and retaining such a skilled staff requires providing associates an environment that rewards creativity, teamwork, and personal development.
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