You don’t need to buy new equipment to get the maximum resilience from your IT systems.
You need a sharp eye that can see potential hazards.
Most IT systems (especially the smaller ones) are put together a piece at a time. Over the years, things get cobbled together and put into use with no thought as to how they may be affecting one another or how the systems might handle a disaster such as a fire or flood from a broken pipe.
We have seen this over and over in hundreds of businesses that are not prepared for any kind of downtime. Large companies are mandated by the government to have disaster plans in place.
What about the smaller businesses? Who helps them plan?
With years of experience, we know how to assess a workplace for potential points of damage should a disaster happen and we can help design for resilience.
We work with your existing equipment to build a better IT design including resilience and efficiency.