NDR: NOCOLOGY Disaster Recovery
Protecting Your Business Data from Any Scenario
The one thing that any business needs in order to remain in operation is its data. The office could burn down or be swallowed into the ground--if the business’ data is safe, it still has a chance to bounce back. However, how can data be safe if the office itself is destroyed?
Your Data, and What You Could Lose
As we alluded to above, data is the most important of a business’ resources. It powers a vast majority of the functions that any given operation relies on. Your data includes:
Your client lists, including their financial information and personal details you have collected
Internal financial records and tax forms
Employee financial information and personal details
...and those are just the basics, without including proprietary information, trade secrets, essentially any information that is required to successfully run your business. A lot of this crucial data is irreplaceable, which means if it is lost, you have a serious problem on your hands.
What Causes Data Loss
There are plenty of factors that could potentially contribute to a business losing their data, many of which are out of human hands. Weather, hardware malfunction, and malware attack could all lead to data loss in some way. There is also no underestimating the damage that can be done through simple user error, accidentally deleting or overwriting a critical file.
In short, there is no shortage of threats that your business must be prepared to deal with to avoid their consequences.
Why NOCOLOGY Disaster Recovery is the Right Choice
NOCOLOGY Disaster Recovery, or NDR, provides a multitude of benefits that assist both your business continuity and your productivity.
Lack of tape means files can be restored much more quickly, whether it’s a single document or an entire folder
A virtualized server protects you (and your productivity) from hardware malfunction
Bare metal server restoration, even with hardware changes or server replacement
Data is encrypted locally and archived off-site keeping your progress safe
When Disaster Strikes
Peace of Mind and Productivity
A solution like the NDR is more commonly known as BDR, or Backup and Disaster Recovery. We shy away from that kind of terminology--we don’t want our solution to be associated with the outdated and inferior tape backups that often come to mind. We want to be upfront about how much of a disaster data loss is, but also about how we can help protect your business from these circumstances.
The NDR is more than just an extra copy of your data squirrelled away as insurance, it can actively be used to help support your operations, returning you to productivity. If a disaster took out one of your servers, the NDR can act as a virtualized server and maintain what that server was responsible for. As a result, your infrastructure would still be operational, with the NDR also continuing to take an incremental backup of your data.
With Directive in your corner, you could have your servers back up and running the day after a disaster, your organization protected by a disaster recovery plan designed to meet your specific needs. To ensure that your data is safe, your solution will be tested on a monthly basis. Full disaster recovery drills are also available should you need it.
What’s Your Business Continuity Strategy for 2023?
When you suffer a data breach, you might wonder how you can possibly come back from such an event.
Prepare Your Business to Avoid Disaster
Businesses were just hit with one of the worst disasters possible, and many of them were not prepared.
Get Your Data Protected with BDR
Running a business is stressful, but so is thinking about a future where that business (and its data) no longer exists.