Business Data Backups
Businesses of all sizes are vulnerable to data loss, it can happen to any company at any time.
Should the worst happen, a business should aim to be up and running normally again as soon as possible. We’re here to help.
A data backup strategy is prepared in advance and processes are put in place. These processes include copying, or archiving files and folders for the purposes of being able to restore them in case of data loss.
Losing data, due to hardware failure, viruses, corrupted files, fire, flood, or even human actions, can have a serious detrimental effect on your business.
Government statistics reported that of around 400 businesses affected by the 1996 Manchester bombing, 40% closed, never to recover.
Our goal is to make sure that never happens. Your business should have the right systems in place to retrieve your data quickly and with the minimum amount of disruption.
We understand that deciding on the right level of data backup, can be a challenge. Our team can advise on how these solutions fit with your business needs.
We want to work with you to understand your business requirements, what type of data you keep, where you currently keep it, how it’s used, by whom and from where. We want to help you recognise any kind of risk to your data and therefore, to your business.
Consistent with all IT solution from Shackleton, your overall business requirements are critical to designing the right solution. We will work closely with you to provide an effective data recovery strategy.
With regular, secure backups automatically uploaded to the cloud, or to another offsite location, your business can quickly get back to normal should the worst happen.
You can be safe in the knowledge that no matter what happens, your business can continue to run as it recovers.
Don't let data loss compromise your business.
Speak to us about how you can back up your data effectively and plan business continuity for the future.
23 April 2020
Whilst the country is self-isolating, and many people are working from home there has been a sudden increase in the use of virtual call software both for business (and personal) use to communicate with work colleagues, friends, and family to stay connected.
1 April 2020
Science demonstrates that viruses like to breed on high touch items such as mobile phones and computer keyboards.
18 March 2020
As the coronavirus in the UK moves into the ‘delay’ phase we are aware of the impact this virus could have on where, when and how we work.