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Disaster strikes in many forms.  Businesses that depend heavily on computer data are especially vulnerable.  Thousands of businesses lose millions of dollars worth of data to disasters like fires, power outages, theft, equipment failure, and even simple operator mistakes. Studies show that nearly half the companies that lose their data in a disaster never reopen.


Every company that uses a computer has sensitive and valuable files that they cannot afford to lose.  Finally the answer is here with a remote backup service that is reliable and affordable.  Our electronic vault system delivers reliable, real-time remote data protection solutions that will automatically backup your data, improve data availability and security, reduce data recovery costs and ensure business continuity.


Research has shown that more than 80% of the businesses suffering from catastrophic data loss have gone out of business with 12 months. This is not hard to believe considering the extent computers are relied upon in businesses of all sizes.

The best time to respond to a disaster is before it happens. A relatively small investment of time and money now may prevent severe damage and disruption of life and business in the future.

Ask Yourself:
  • What if the worst happened?  U.S. businesses lose $255 billion each year to viruses and hacking.   

  • How would it affect your business and family? It takes 19 days and cost in excess $20,000 to re-enter just 20 megabytes worth of sales and marketing data.  

  • Can it really happen to you?  IT CAN. Accidental deletion causes 30 times more destruction of important information than viruses.  

  • What if your payroll, tax, accounting, or production records were destroyed? 43 percent of companies experiencing disasters never reopen, and 29 percent close within two years. (McGladrey and Pullen)  

  • What if your computers or data were destroyed? Approximately 32% percent of all unplanned downtime occurred due to human error.

  • The leading causes of data loss:

    • 3% - Natural Disaster

    • 7% - Computer Viruses

    • 14% - Software Problems

    • 32% - Human Error

    • 44% - Hardware Malfunction

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