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Disaster Recovery

Whether it is a hurricane or other major weather incident — disasters happen. It’s not a matter of if, but a matter of when will the disaster hit and affect your organization? Regardless of the cause, Business Leaders need to have the ability to rapidly recover and maintain operations to deliver continual customer service.

At a Glance

Disaster recovery planning is planning for an unforeseeable force that will have a significant negative impact on your business. Disasters range from the extreme and rare complete and total loss to the much more common power outage, or Internet Service Providers having a prolonged outage. All of these situations can trigger your disaster recovery plan to have everything from mobile offices, power generators, technology, and satellite internet access to continue providing your business the support it needs to continue operating seamlessly without missing a step.

The trend of combining business continuity and disaster recovery into a single term has resulted from a growing recognition that both business executives, leaders, employees and IT specialists need to be collaborating closely instead of developing plans in isolation.

How It Works

When disasters happen, you want to be assured that sensitive information is protected and safe from loss.

Typically disasters can be weather related, but they can also include hardware failure, human error or intrusions via hacking or malware. They affect businesses and enterprises of all sizes; roughly 20 percent of businesses will undergo some kind of hardware or infrastructure disaster during their lifespan. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor, 80 percent of companies that undergo a disaster without a proper recovery plan in place fail within a year, and almost half of them don’t even try to re-open. Of businesses that experienced severe data loss, only about 7 percent make it for more than five years.

We’ll help you conduct an impact analysis of your IT resources and infrastructure – prioritizing strategies for recovery of the functions and processes most essential to operations. Together we determine recovery time objectives for IT-dependent resources, keeping your data safe and getting you back online as soon as possible, ensuring the long-term growth of your business.

Our Four Phase Planning Process

  • Data Center Environment
    • Secure computer room with climate control, conditioned and backup power supply, coolers, heaters, fans, etc.
  • Hardware
    • Networks, servers, desktop and laptop computers, wireless devices and peripherals.
  • Connectivity to a Service Provider
    • Fiber, cable, wireless (4G LTE), T1, etc.
  • Software Applications
    • Electronic data interchange, electronic mail, enterprise resource management, office productivity, etc.
  • Data & Restoration
    • Encrypted customer and internal databases, documents, financial info
  • Speed & Security
    • In the event of a network outage, the wireless router automatically establishes network connectivity to the office while the primary network is down. Once the primary network is back online, the wireless router will automatically fail-back to the main network.
Agility Recovery

We have partnered with Agility Recovery Solutions, the preeminent leader in disaster recovery, protecting over 20,000 businesses throughout North America. They have a 100% recovery rate for all businesses supported, and we choose to partner with Agility because of their structure, results, and proven leadership over the years.

Let the professionals handle keeping your business running in the face of disaster. With these proven solutions in place, you can rest assured that your attention will remain on the single most important factor, your bottom line.

Don’t wait for the next disaster to strike — talk to our specialists now about our Disaster Recovery Planning.


Managed services provide your business the ultimate peace of mind knowing that you have a team of knowledgeable engineers standing by to proactively alert you when a problem arises, as well as the technical resources needed to resolve an issue swiftly reducing downtime.


Traditional break/fix models work well for small businesses with a simple network and infrastructure. However, as businesses grow, so does the complexity of their technology. Reduce the overhead of hiring IT staff and increase your access to SME (Subject Matter Experts) with a convenient flat rate fee every month. Our engineers will proactively manage your network, saving your business time and additional costs.


Move away from the traditional break/fix technology model that typically costs an enormous amount in both downtime and money whenever an issue arises. With managed services, you get access to our award-winning team for a fraction of the cost of hiring full-time IT staff to fix your technology issues. Bring a balance to your IT budget and get peace of mind with our Managed IT solutions.