Businesses execute more transactions online and store more valuable data electronically than ever before. Every organization must have a plan to deal with the threat of data loss, taking both on-site and off-site data backup and recovery into consideration.

Our technology consultants specialize in data backup and disaster planning and recovery. We can help implement an affordable data backup solution for your business that’s tailored to meet your unique needs.

How are you protecting your organization’s data?

Recovering lost or damaged data is often more expensive than putting a good data backup system into place. How long can you afford to be without access to your data and applications?

Does your backup plan include a detailed audit, ensuring that all critical data is being backed up? Do you perform daily backups and quarterly backup and restore tests? Do you have a copy of your backup stored securely off-site? For most companies, the answer to these questions is either “No” or “I don’t know.”

As an authorized Datto, Inc. partner, Gross Mendelsohn’s Technology Solutions Group offers an affordable, easy-to-use data backup solution. It replaces unreliable backup tapes with incredibly fast and fully automated disk backup, virtually eliminating human error.

Data recovery — how does it work?

To quickly recover from hardware failures, viruses or accidental deletion, it is important to have an on-site backup in addition to an off-site copy. Your data is backed up daily to a local device and replicated off-site to two data centers located on the East and West Coasts. This allows businesses to quickly recover from data loss due to common causes, but also in the event of a physical disaster.

Data protection

Each Datto device uses advanced encryption technology to keep data safe at all times. During both transmittal and storage, all data is fully encrypted using AES 256 and SSL key-based encryption. Datto backup also meets HIPAA compliance standards.

Virtualization technology

Datto backup ensures continuous availability through virtualization to keep your business operational. Any Windows workstation or server can quickly be converted to a virtual machine. Not only is your organization able to continue working in the event of a major hardware failure or physical disaster, but your data will continue to be backed up in the virtualized environment.