In the past month, Hurricane Harvey hit Texas residents hard, with gale-force winds, monsoon-worthy rains, and serious flooding. Whereas Harvey has now passed, the flooding continues – what can you do to keep it from causing undue damage to your business?
It may sound redundant, but the key is in dealing with the water that’s getting into your business premises, as well as understanding how to protect your vital business technology assets. Keep these key tips in mind when assessing the damage that flooding is causing to your business:
Beyond those vital steps, unfortunately, most of the work that’s involved in Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery happens ahead of time. That’s why Texas Data Solutions has partnered with Veeam, to help our clients ensure they are prepared for serious disasters like Hurricane Harvey.
What is Veeam? It is a technology company that offers a superior line of products that:
Local Backup with Remote Redundancy
It just makes sense to have a company like Texas Data Solutions on your side. Our Veeam solution can give you:
So what does this mean for you? It means you get the peace of mind that comes with knowing that your valuable data, sensitive emails, and other digital assets are all protected, backed up and securely stored away until you need them. With our expert team of IT professionals monitoring your business around the clock, we’ll be ready to address any issue the moment it happens. Even in the worst case scenarios, you can be confident that we will get you back to a fully operational state as soon as possible.
Whether you need onsite backup and recovery services or are interested in moving your data to the cloud, Texas Data Solutions can help.
As Texas businesses have just learned, IT related emergencies can strike at any time whether it’s a malware attack, flood, fire, system crash or human error. That’s why it’s vital to have a plan in place to make sure your business can get back up and running, continue to accomplish work and keep unproductive downtime at a minimum.
Without effective Disaster Recovery planning, your business can suffer devastating consequences during an emergency. Data loss can affect your company’s reputation, leading to loss of business, and lower return on investment for the time your employees spent on the lost work in the first place.
So, the question is: will you wait until after you get hit with an onsite disaster to start thinking about how you’ll recover? Or will you do what’s right for your business, and start planning for the worst-case scenario today?
For more information about how Texas Data Solutions can help with your disaster recovery efforts in the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey, get in touch with us right away at (713) 344-1466 or email@example.com.