Backup and Recovery

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Data Backup and Recovery is, in our opinion, the most important aspect of your data operations.  Recovery strategies should be developed for your Information technology (IT) systems, applications and data so that any of your information can be restored on the fly. This includes networks, servers, desktops, laptops, wireless devices, data and connectivity services. Priorities for IT recovery should be consistent with the priorities for recovery of business functions and processes that were developed during the business impact analysis. IT resources required to support time-sensitive business functions and processes should also be identified. The recovery time for an IT resource should match the recovery time objective for the business function or process that depends on the IT resource.

Businesses generate large amounts of data and data files are changing throughout the workday. Data can be lost, corrupted, compromised or stolen through hardware failure, human error, hacking and malware. Loss or corruption of data could result in significant business disruption.

Data backup and recovery should be an integral part of the business continuity plan and information technology disaster recovery plan. Developing a data backup strategy begins with identifying what data to backup, selecting and implementing hardware and software backup procedures, scheduling and conducting backups and periodically validating that data has been accurately backed up.

CenterLink Technologies has key partners that can help you define your Recovery strategy and plan for the unplanned event.  We leverage both on premise and off site solutions to give you the flexibility and redundancy you need.  With new solutions evolving that include DRaaS and multi-site Cloud locations we can help you design a solution that keeps your data safe, ready when you need it, and replicated.

Engage our experts for a Disaster Recovery Readiness discussion.

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