They call it "Disaster Recovery" for GOOD reason.
Getting interrupted can have dire consequences for your business. Not only will you suffer a loss in revenue, but it can also cause a decrease in productivity and customers. That's why it’s so important to implement a disaster recovery plan. ProActive Technology Backup & Disaster Recovery Solutions are a great way to ensure your business is prepared for any unforeseen event—natural disasters, such as floods, hurricanes, and earthquakes, or human-induced events, such as a power outage. With ProActive Technology Backup & Disaster Recovery Solutions, you can rest assured that your business will remain operational no matter what.
Rest easy knowing that your data is safe and secure with our proactive approach to backup and disaster recovery. Our innovative approach to data protection helps you stay one step ahead of ransomware attacks, with your data backed up and encrypted securely. Not only that, but we provide ongoing monitoring of your systems, so that any suspicious activity is detected and dealt with quickly and effectively. With our solution in place, you can be sure that you're covered against all types of ransomware attacks and can rest easy knowing that your data is safe and secure.
Protect your IT infrastructure from natural disasters such as floods, hurricanes, and earthquakes, as well as human-induced incidents or threats such as hacks, cyber-attacks, and outages – and meet your regulatory requirements with ProActive Technology Backup & Disaster Recovery Solutions. Our comprehensive solutions offer a range of options, from simple monitoring services to comprehensive disaster recovery and business continuity plans. We have solutions in various sizes and levels of service, so you can find the right one that meets your organization's specific needs and budget. Our team of experts is on hand to help you create a tailored plan that meets your organization's requirements for maximum security, reliability, and scalability.
The need to back up data has been around since floppy disks. Data loss happens due to viruses, hard drive crashes, and other mishaps. Most people using any type of technology have experienced data loss at least once.