How does business continuity differ from a traditional backup system?
In most cases, a traditional backup only stores your files for recovery and data is only retained for 2-4 weeks. In the best cases, a full server can be restored (all email function and applications) but not until a replacement server has been acquired and the restore process has been completed. With RapidRecovery, we can initiate the failover process to get business operations back up and running in as little as 60 minutes.

Ensure Your Business Stays Up And Running

It’s never fun to be interrupted. For a business, it’s more than rude – extended downtime due to technology interruption can have a serious effect on your bottom line. The cost of data loss can exceed $100,000 and can even reach $1 million. Plus, 90% of businesses that cannot recover data within a week will close within that year. That’s the case for business continuity. How does your current backup function? Can you restore a full server quickly or just individual files? How far back can you recover to?

TimbukTech’s RapidRecovery Gives You Peace Of Mind

RapidRecovery is our full-service business continuity plan. We provide an on-site recovery server that helps keep your business running – or brings it back in the shortest amount of time possible.

With RapidRecovery, backups happen every 30 minutes – protecting your important data on our local recovery server and stored securely offsite. Data is retained for 120 days after backup and can be recovered from each of the 30 minute ‘checkpoints’. All backups are encrypted and stored in datacenters that meet compliance standards. RapidRecovery backs up your entire server – keeping all or your information safe and keeping downtime to a minimum.

A full test restore process is completed daily for extra peace of mind. If your onsite servers fail, your business can be back in no time with our recovery server. Should a full-blown disaster strike, your server can be operated from our datacenter until your location is back up and operational.

With RapidRecovery, you have a Plan A, B, C, and D. Our goal is to keep your business running through interruptions. This is not just a backup. This is a plan for full business continuity.

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