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Fisher’s Back-up and Business Continuity

All businesses storing data should have a backup plan in place.  It’s especially important to back up your server – the heart of your network.  Ideally, you should have a local, on-premise backup and offsite backups.

Business continuity (or Disaster Recovery) is just as important as having a backup plan in place. If disaster were to strike and you had to rebuild a server from scratch, it could take several days… and that’s if you had a spare server sitting around. Can your business afford to be down for that amount of time? Can you afford the loss of your data?

RTO (recovery time objective) is the amount of time it takes to restore your data to get back to business.  It’s a calculated time to restore processes to an acceptable level after a disaster to avoid intolerable consequences associated with a disruption to your business.


Why do I need Backup and Business Continuity?

Fisher’s can help you come up with a backup, business continuity, and RTO plan that suits your business needs to get you back up and running in a timely manner. Don’t you want to be fully prepared if something happens to your business? Team up with an IT partner who has your best interests in mind.

Top Benefits of Backup and Business Continuity:

  1. Comfort in knowing your business information is safe and secure
  2. Peace of mind in having a plan when things go wrong
  3. Shortened recovery time if something happens with your business information

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