Disaster Recovery

Do you have a security plan in place?

What would it cost your business if your data disappeared? How would your business be impacted if you lost your files? These issues diminish employee productivity and can lead to increased cost. To alleviate the threat these events pose to your business, Alink offers comprehensive disaster recovery planning (DRP) and disaster recovery services.

What takes place in a Disaster Recovery project?

  • Hardware audit review and reporting
  • 24/7 backup and disaster recovery implementation
  • Anti-virus unified and standard rollout
  • Microsoft Office 365 implementation
  • Standard operating environments review and rollout
  • Internet and networking services audit
  • Telephony systems review
  • Business process review
  • Business continuity review

Although this is a mandatory requirement by most insurance providers today, most businesses prefer to skip or postpone making one to a later time. Why wait until insurance asks you for it? And more importantly, it means that the burden is taken off you – giving you the peace of mind that your critical business data is being protected.

Your backup. Offsite. All day. Everyday.

With Alink’s Disaster Recovery, your business can be protected from:

Do your servers and computers have a full manufacturer hardware warranty? Most likely not, and after 12 months, you’re left empty handed if a hardware failure occurs. All Alink supplied equipment comes with a minimum 3YR full hardware warranty to avoid these common costly causes:

  • Hard Disk
  • Power Supply
  • RAM (Memory)
  • MainBoard
  • Controllers

Security Breach is also quite common these days especially in the small business sector, where it’s common to have an “El Cheapo” type router with no business class firewall capabilities. We protect your business from:

  • Online Breach
  • Virus or Malware Attack
  • Ex-Employees Vandalism
  • Password Theft
  • Hacker Attack

If your Business is located in a commercial or industrial area it is not a question of if, but when it will happen. Some common causes of a power failure are below:

  • Vehicle Accidents
  • Storms
  • Over or Under Voltage
  • Street Works
  • Scheduled Maintenance

Imagine if all your hard years of work disappeared in one quick sweep, just so some unfriendly individual can pay for their daily habits at your expense. Statistically speaking, if you don’t have daily offsite backups you’re asking for it. Most theft examples are:

  • Casual Theft
  • Vandalism
  • Targeted Theft

Fire is one of the most common causes of IT Infrastructure loss amongst small businesses. Common causes are:

  • Electrical Equipment Failure
  • Vandalism
  • Neighbour Fire
  • Act of Nature
  • Accidental

Flooding is also quite common amongst small businesses. Some common causes are:

  • Roofing Failure
  • Act of Nature
  • Vandalism
  • Neighbour
  • Accidental

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