Your data is one of your most valued resources. Nearly every modern business relies on servers, large and small, to conduct everyday operations. Not only do you need access to applications such as Microsoft Exchange and SQL server, you need ac-cess to all the information on your servers all of the time. Extended downtime is not an option.
It’s vital to have a complete backup of your Windows servers and data in the event of a catastrophic failure. You need to be able to recover files and folders quickly, but it’s far too time-consuming to restore your server with only a file-level back-up following a disaster or when migrating to a new server.
As a managed service provider (MSP), value-added reseller (VAR), or IT administrator, we know the importance of a reliable backup as part of your complete backup and disaster recovery plan.
A solid backup is the bedrock of your plan. You don’t want to get into a disaster and find that one of your backups is corrupt or worse yet, that your backup solution hasn’t even been running.
If you expect to recover successfully from a disastrous event, whether it’s a deleted file or a tornado, you need to be sure your backups are doing what they’re supposed to do: taking clean, pristine images of your data and applications.
Your software should allow you to back up your Windows servers quickly and easily, and recover rapidly in the event of a disaster. Proper backup software is a fast and reliable disk-based backup that captures full, differential and incremental point-in-time backup images of your entire system. That includes the operating system, applications, configuration settings and data.
This helps you maximize business continuity while minimizing your RTO (Recovery Time Objective). It uses image-based technology to perform online backups of Windows servers. Backups happen throughout the day, so there’s no impact on business performance. New data is protected also because it is promptly backed up. Take business continuity to the next level by minimizing recovery windows. Limiting the time that is required to restore server systems and data helps you get business back up and running in a matter of minutes, rather than hours. Every minute you lose in recovery time is income and productivity lost. Minimize recovery time and you maximize your profits.
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