Backup and Disaster Recovery Services

What is Disaster Recovery?

Disaster Recovery is the process of resuming normal business operations following a disaster such as Malware, fire or theft by accessing data, networking equipment, hardware, connectivity, software and power. Being unprepared in such situations can impose crippling costs on even the largest of organisations whether in the form of a disruption from legal liability, reputation damage, or revenue loss. Reflective IT Solutions can help you with invaluable continuity planning by providing Backup and Disaster Recovery solutions which help reduce the risk of unpredicted data loss with solutions that restore your systems back to how they were prior to the incident.

When disasters happen, the ability to quickly recover whether it is retrieving lost data or replacing hardware can be critical to your organisation’s future. With our Disaster Recovery service, you can rest easy knowing that the most important functions and processes of your organisation will survive.

Disaster Recovery in London

Whether the incident is data corruption or malware, computer viruses like the RAA ransomware, Locky, WannaCrypt or Zepto virus, can strike your organisation at any time and when you least expect it. Ensuring you have a Data Backup and Disaster Recovery plan in place is something that you cannot afford to compromise on. We offer onsite, Cloud and Hybrid Disaster Recovery Solutions with high availability recovery.

Data Backup

We also offer fully managed Cloud, Hybrid and Onsite Data Backup services to safeguard your critical business, this will minimise any potential data loss in the event of fire, theft or a Malware attack. More importantly, you’ll be guaranteed peace of mind that your valuable business assets are safe, protected and can be immediately restored should the need ever arise.

To find out more or to speak to a specialist please give us a call on 0207 317 4535 or fill in a contact form and one of our team members will be in contact.

"Reflective IT removed the human error element, and by validating monthly backups with reports, gave us peace of mind that the backups were, in fact, working."