Network Computing Technologies' Data Backup and Disaster Recovery
It's important to implement a data recovery solution as part of a concise business continuity plan.
There once was a time where companies required steel filing cabinets to store information. That time is long gone. Today, most of the documents your employees rely on to make your business run properly are of the digital variety. Document duplication, fire proof vaults, and off-site filing systems once were more prominent because that was the best way for companies to endure events where their data might be lost. All this extra storage was part of their business continuity plan. They knew that if a disaster ever struck, losing all of their work could be a fatal blow to their business. However, now that businesses primarily deal with digital records, different methods need to be utilized to prevent data loss.
The Value of Data Recovery
Before you hit the panic button, contact Network Computing Technologies. Our data loss solution will save the day!
Did you know that the hard drive is the most fragile component in your PC? The fragile nature of hard drives means that data loss is a fairly common occurrence; it has been estimated that 6% of computers experience some form of data loss every year! Since data loss is such a common problem, Network Computing Technologies has the tools and know-how to dig into your broken hard drive and retrieve your important information. Network Computing Technologies can perform this service on all types of hardware to recover your valuable data.
Disaster Recovery as a Service
New options to help your business sustain itself should disaster strike.
Disaster recovery has moved to the cloud, and now you can leverage this solution to ensure that your files are protected and that your operational downtime is kept to a minimum. Network Computing Technologies has been Texas’s leader in backup and recovery solutions for some time, and now can offer your organization a solution that will work to protect your business from the lost revenue that typically accompanies a data-loss event.