80% of businesses affected by a major incident either never re-open, or close within 18 months.
If you lost your IT systems, could you get them back? If you lost your building, do you have procedures in place for how to recommence your business? Can your business prevent or recover from the 5 IT risks that cause the most financial damage?
- Human error
- IT system failure
- Third-party IT security or system failure
- Data loss from backup failure
- Natural or manmade disaster
The best backup and disaster recovery option for business is a Business Continuity Plan. Our business continuity services are here to help you get back up and running and recover your data within a set time frame, no matter the reason.
At Rio we can help you with all your continuity needs, from strategy and consultation, to project delivery and ongoing support.
Online and Managed Backup
Data loss is an occurrence we’re all far too familiar with. It can often happen accidentally, such as files being incorrectly deleted or overwritten, but cyberattacks are increasingly taking advantage of unsecured remote working setups.
Regular automatic backups are essential for negating human error. At Rio, we can provide automatic backup solutions for all your data and applications, including Office 365 and G-Suite.
All our backup solutions allow you to be back up and running as quickly as possible if you ever need to recover. Our backup solutions are created bespoke for you. When it comes to getting your package put together, we consider:
- How often the data changes
- By how much – in Kb/Mb/Gb
- Your budget constraints
It’s also important to consider how much data you could realistically afford to lose if the worst should happen, along with how quickly you need to get your data back.
Alongside backing up your current data, we can take care of archiving inactive user accounts, giving you the option to retain data after a user has left your business, without retaining software subscriptions.
Contingency Planning and Strategy
As well as helping you get back up and running in the event of data or systems loss, we can also help you plan ahead and prepare for the things that are most likely to disrupt your business. A pro-active approach means that even if the worst happens, you’ll have a plan in place to make sure the data you need is accessible to keep your business running.