For owners and executives of small and medium-sized companies, redundancy is mostly considered waste. Profits are hard enough to come by without repeatedly completing tasks more than once. When considering the status of your data, however, redundancy is a business’ best friend. Data redundancy basically means that the same data is stored in multiple locations, that way no matter what happens, a copy is always available. That’s the primary function of a BDR.
Backup and Disaster Recovery or BDR equipment automatically backs up your data and stores it in an offsite cloud. Not only does the cloud maintain data that’s up-to-date, but it also makes that data accessible at all times, even in the event of a major emergency or disaster.
Whether it’s a fire, a flood, or human error, disasters happen. In the event of the unexpected, our data backup and recovery services can get you back up and operational within minutes. No matter the issue, your data will always be recovered. Prevent downtime and the cost it takes to reproduce any files that were lost.
At Triton Technologies, we are known for presenting businesses the kind of dynamic technology solutions that many fortune 500 companies utilize to keep their business operations running smoothly. With our backup and disaster recovery solutions, your business will be able to protect your data and the sustainability of your business. Our solution is backed-up offsite and is ready to restore. You can quickly recover the data you lost, and keep your business up-and-running regardless of the circumstances.
Think of our data backup and recovery services as an insurance policy on your business data. Prices vary depending on how much data you need to backup, whether its backing up onsite or offsite, or if you need a stand-in server in the event of failure. That’s why Triton Technologies offers a no-cost, no-obligation consultation to assess the needs of your business and present the best data backup solution for you.
According to Gartner, a technology research center, 43% of companies that sustain some kind of major data loss are immediately ruined by this data-loss disaster, with another 51% subsequently closing their doors within two years from the disaster. That’s why its so important to be prepared.