Prepare for the Worst with Risk Analysis
Disaster can strike at any time – and when given the chance, it often chooses the most inconvenient moment. By taking the proper steps, you can mitigate risk and keep your business running smoothly during damage control. Here’s how to best prepare for the worst – and what we recommend should the worst occur.
The older the hardware, the more likely the hardware is to fail – and inevitably cause data loss. Whether it’s been one year, five years, or *gasp* more since your last major hardware update, know that keeping your hardware current will save you money in the long run.
In addition to hardware, software and data centers can also crash unexpectedly – leaving your business scrambling if you’re without a contingency plan.
Natural disasters may be out of your control, but having a contingency plan in place means you’ve got options.
Seize the Solution with Business Contingency Planning
No matter which of the above catastrophes clutch your company, we’ve got a strategic plan. Our solution is the only chain-free, end-to-end backup and disaster recovery (BDR) platform.
Our chain-free, image-based solution eliminates the potential for broken, unusable backups, along with the need for intrusive reseeding of your company’s data. This technology significantly reduces the amount of space needed for each backup, which can minimize the amount of time and money it takes to have your systems up and running again.
The CORE Group uses industry-leading BDR appliances with Fast-Flash™ SSD storage technology boasting a 50x speed advantage during system recoveries. When used as a substitute server in the event of an outage, an on-site Fast-Flash™ BDR appliance can reduce downtime to the absolute minimum.
Total Server Protection
Our solution relies on a full image-based backup so everything on your server is protected – including data, operating systems, applications, and configurations.
Multiple Recovery Techniques
We offer multiple recovery techniques (including cloud-based recovery), so we’ve got a way to rescue your data whether you’re dealing with a simple server outage or a site-wide disaster.
Trusted Backup Provider
Fear not: Your backups can be sent off-site to secure and compliant data centers, where cloud services are backed by a 100% cloud service-level agreement (SLA).