Have you considered a computer disaster recovery plan? Companies utilize information technology in every step of their day. Employees use POS (Point of Sale) systems to ring customers up. They also use email and VOIP (Voice Over Internet Protocol) telephone systems to communicate with customers and vendors, answer questions, and hold meetings. EDI (Electronic data interchange) is used to transmit data, including payments and orders from one business to another. Servers store large amounts of data and process information. Your staff uses laptops, desktops, and smart devices throughout the course of the work day. What happens when your IT suddenly stops working?
That’s where Grapevine Communications comes in. We are an IT service company with 15 years of experience serving the North Bay. We help businesses with a variety of information technology services, including computer disaster recovery.
Almost all businesses, from small outfits to large conglomerates, manage huge amounts of data. That electronic information is important, whether it is confidential payment information, resources that are essential to business operations, or something else. Data loss or corruption could have a significant impact on the future of your business.
Data problems can arise for a number of reasons including: human error, hacking, malware, or hardware failure. Depending on the cause and extent of the damage, there are a number of steps our team can take to facilitate network disaster recovery.
In addition to aiding your business with data recovery once an issue has occurred, we can also suggest proactive measures that will help protect your data before a problem arises. We strongly recommend backing up any data on servers, desktop workstations, laptops, and wireless devices that is critical to your business. Data can be backed up on hardware devices such as local network attached storage on cloud based services. Discuss with our IT professionals your unique needs so we can help you create a network disaster recovery plan for your business.