Cloud backup right at your door 

Disasters happen, regardless of how flashy your equipment is.

Minimizing the effects comes down to the preemptive measures you take. Disaster prep requires a keen understanding of the policies, tools, and backup procedures to enable the smooth recovery and continuation of your business.

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MCSI performs thorough backups and establishes strong safeguard processes to protect your irreplaceable data. Our Backup and Disaster Recovery solution – Backups by IT – combines the entire process of disaster recovery into a single service. Storage, design, testing, monitoring, restoration assistance, failover, reporting and more.

Why Do I Need a BDR Solution?

Think your data is safe? Between ransomware, hardware failure, natural disasters, and human error — the risk is too great nowadays to run a business without a proper backup solution as part of your technology footprint.

In today’s business world, your data is the single most valuable asset. Whether you’ve experienced an IT disaster or not, it’s only a matter of time.

Just one hour of downtime costs SMBs an average of $8,000! Give yourself the peace of mind that no disaster can keep your company down for long.

  • Fully Managed BDR Solution
  • Business Continuity Planning
  • Ransomware Protection
  • Compliance and Data Retention
  • File replication between devices
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Frequently Asked Questions

Backup and Disaster Recovery involves a set of policies, tools, and procedures that enable the recovery or continuation of vital technology infrastructure and systems following a natural or human-induced disaster. This step-by-plan is critical to any layered IT security strategy. Businesses need a comprehensive business disaster recovery plan that is regularly tested and verified to ensure business continuity.
The difference between a backup and a disaster recovery plan is scope. A backup might include a file, a database, a full system image or any combination of these. While a disaster recovery plan is a detailed strategy across employees and systems that works together to restore business operations after a disaster or data loss event. Backups are a variable of the disaster recovery equation. A backup, by definition, is the act of copying data into a secondary form (an archive), which can then be used to restore the original data after a disaster event. Disaster recovery involves a set of detailed procedures, documents, and integrated systems that facilitate backups, testing, monitoring, recovery, and business continuity after a natural or human-induced disaster event.
This service is a cloud synchronization of your files between your phone and your office or home computer. This helps businesses to safely share their files with remote locations.