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Are Your Information Assets Ready For An Adversity?
Are Your Information Assets Ready For An Adversity?
December 28, 2018

Nowadays, with the increase in complex different IT systems and quickly changing business requirements, it has become important to have a disaster recovery plan in place. If your organization has a Disaster Recovery plan already, you can never be sure that it will mitigate all the risks which the fast-paced technology world is presenting. With the latest ransomware attack, a lot of medium and large corporations were caught off guard. Although, these companies did have dedicated information security teams and even disaster recovery plans in place, however, they must also be wondering was it adequate? 

The time has a come to take advantage of Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS) from CoreIT which have many years of experience in preventing cyber-attacks and developing mitigation strategies. CoreIT’s DRaaS and a Backup solution can protect from an entire network to a single machine and is affordable for small and medium-sized companies as well. The USP of CoreIT’s DRaaS is that it is affordable, for any device, has a simple pricing structure which will not confuse you and it has the capability to provide disaster recovery for any number of users. One of the key aspects of using Disaster Recovery as a Service is the fact that it is very scalable and flexible. Based on your requirements and needs, you can scale the DR plan upwards or downwards. 

In the event of a disaster, CoreIT provides immediate and rapid recovery as pre-defined in your contract. A customer support team is always available to guide you through the process and in case a customer required on-site support, CoreIT is always happy to oblige. Core Technologies Services, Inc. solutions have been designed in such a manner so that they always backup customer data at an offsite location so that data loss can be prevented in the case of a natural calamity.