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Today’s business owners are all too aware that data security is of paramount importance. Loss of data can occur on many fronts. Breaches of information can cause irreparable damage to the reputation of a company and cripple its potential.
That’s why a plan to backup and secure your data and workflow is critical to your long-term success.
The sad reality is that many companies that get hacked experience a loss that is so catastrophic that they are never able to regain their footing.
Phoenix IT helps Greater Louisville area businesses prevent data loss. We make it our business to assist our clients by providing reliable and consistent data backup with frequent testing performed to maintain full functionality.
Data can be under attack from many different sources. Half the battle to protecting our clients’ data, workflow, and systems is identifying where the threats the loom.
Both man-made and natural disasters can cause harm to unprotected data and internal processes. Some of the most common threats include storms, natural disasters, human error, unhappy employees, and cybercriminals.
While we don’t hold a crystal ball to tell us where a threat may come from, we can employ proactive backup and disaster recovery protocols which enable us to get our Greater Louisville customers quickly back on the job again if disaster strikes.
There is no question that data loss can occur if an IT system is not properly backed up. That’s why a carefully thought out backup and data recovery solution is vital to make sure businesses don’t become casualties to data and workflow losses.
Phoenix IT specializes in customizing data backup and recovery solutions which focus on providing tailor-built on-site, off-site, and cloud data backup services.
Phoenix IT has compiled a comprehensive approach to data backup and recovery services.
Among the tools we employ to protect the data and workflow of our Greater Louisville customers are: