• November 3rd, 2017
    The latest Security Flaw: Wifi KRACK
    The latest Security Flaw: Wifi KRACK            Sounds scary and technical, another vulnerability, another frightening acronym KRACK, makes… Be Sociable, Share! Tweet

    Read More

  • September 30th, 2017
    Basic Cyber Security
    Cyber security threats are continually evolving. Viruses, worms, trojan horses, spyware, phishing, adware and scareware have all been around for a long time. Lately, one particular form of malware known… Be Sociable, Share! Tweet

    Read More

  • August 30th, 2017
    BackUp or Business Continuity
    The facts according to the Boston Computing Network’s Data Loss Statistics, are that 60% of companies that lose their data, will shut down within 6 months of… Be Sociable, Share! Tweet

    Read More

  • July 30th, 2017
    Protecting a Business against Ransomware and Scams
    Every day, every month there is a new threat to being able to conduct business effectively and efficiently. How do you protect a business from the threat of disruption… Be Sociable, Share! Tweet

    Read More

  • July 7th, 2017
    Connectivity, Disruption, The Internet of Things, Small to Medium Business
    The world is becoming more connected and the buzz word of the year is “The Internet of Things”. What does this really mean and will small to… Be Sociable, Share! Tweet

    Read More

Older Posts
Download Free Report

DATA BACKUP & RECOVERY

  • On-site scheduled backup – Data backup to a local storage device at scheduled intervals.
  • Near-real-time backup – Data backup to a local BDR server device.
  • Server backup – Simultaneous backup for 1 to 20 local Windows servers.
  • Secure off site remote storage – All backup images are securely transmitted to remote servers for maximum safety and protection from localised catastrophic disasters.
  • On-site virtual server – In case of a server failure, our on-site virtual server can be remotely configured to assume the functions of the dead machine in less than one hour. This allows our clients to continue working while we work to repair the dead server and makes restoring the data to the repaired server very quick and easy.
  • Data restoration – Local restoration from the on-site virtual server or backup file is generally quick and relatively painless if the correct procedures have been followed.
  • Managed backup – The ultimate BDR solution is monitored 24/7 by our network operations centre, and in the case of any problems or issues the local Troubleshooter is immediately alerted.

Testimonial

“We recently had a laptop hard drive fail, Andrew our CT Technician was able to retrieve all the data & reinstall on a new laptop in a couple of days. He is more than our IT department , he is a genius” Stewart Rigby – Managing Director – Blackhawk Network

data backup, data recovery, disastor recovery, cronulla, Caringbah, Sutherland Shire

Be Sociable, Share!