• Data Management

  • Save time, costs and lost business caused by stalls and outages in your IT network.
    You can avoid network and hardware downtime by implementing simple tools and monitoring practices now. Let us analyze your business computer network and explain how you can avoid problems caused by viruses, malware, spam, hacking, data losses, natural disasters and emerging IT security threats.
  • Plan for Unexpected Issues

    All backup routines must balance expense and effort against risk.

    • Plan your backup strategy
    • Think beyond just your office and its computers
    • Give highest priority to crucial data
    • Storing and protecting your backups
    • Think about how you will access critical data and files
    • Test your backups before you need them
  • Safeguard and Defend Your Business

    Each organization needs to decide how much work it is willing to risk losing and set its backup schedule accordingly. Database and accounting files are your most critical data assets. They should be backed up before and after any significant use. For most organizations, this means backing up these files daily. Nonprofits that do a lot of data entry should consider backing up their databases after each major data-entry session. Core files like documents (such as your Documents folders) and email files should be backed up at least once a week, or even once a day.