Companies worldwide face threats every day. These threats range from viruses and ransomware to electrical outages, human error, and storms. The truth is that you must be prepared to respond to and recover from a negative event that limits or eliminates your local access to workflow and data.
The Hill Tech Solutions team helps our clients be ready for whatever comes their way. We utilize a pronged strategy.
The right maintenance and monitoring protocols can often lower your risk profile when it comes to disasters. Continuous monitoring allows us to be alerted to anomalies within your systems and afford us the time to respond before the damage impacts your workflow.
Off-site cloud backups are a critical element of any disaster recovery and business continuity strategy. Having your essential data and workflow backed up somewhere outside your facility gives you the flexibility needed to download that data back to your facility or to use it in another location if your facility cannot be utilized.
While landline business phone systems have served businesses well for many years, they are not built to handle a business continuity and disaster recovery scenario. Having cloud-hosted VOIP business phone solutions allows you to use your full-featured business phone system from any internet-connected device, anywhere in the world.
Virtualization is a way to use your data, applications, operating system, and user settings from any internet-connected computer. These “virtual machines” or “virtual workstations” are exact copies of your current computers and can be used with the same ease.
Used in conjunction with the already-mentioned virtual machines, having your critical applications and data based in the cloud allow you to have your entire workflow available to you, regardless of what happens to the computers and servers at your facility.