If your IT network went down, how would you recover it?

Or should the question be: “Could you recover it at all?"

Designing an IT infrastructure that is both flexible enough for employees to be productive from anywhere, and secure enough to ward off cyber attacks is an uphill battle. Add in the risks for natural disasters, vandalism and theft, and it’s overwhelming. Even with ComputerCare’s unbeatable IT services and support, it would be irresponsible to refrain from drafting a contingency plan.

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Our FREE eBook includes:

  • Key definitions and distinctions pertaining to disaster recovery and business continuity
  • The components necessary for any successful disaster recovery plan
  • Common mistakes and misunderstandings when formulating a plan
  • Strategies for keeping your plan updated as time goes on

Creating a comprehensive disaster recovery is one of the last steps towards truly painless IT management. When you’re equipped to restore business operations after any kind of disaster, there’s really nothing else for you to lose sleep over.

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I would like to thank … ComputerCare for being a vital part of the Foresight Team. ComputerCare has provided us the flexibility to choose an IT approach that makes the most sense for our organization, allowing us to grow our IT infrastructure in the most cost-effective manner. Using this approach, we have been able to leverage technology to our benefit.


President
Foresight Construction Group

ComputerCare has provided Encell Technology with a high level of IT support for a year now. As a growing, six-year old battery research and development Company we chose to outsource our IT function rather than maintain it in-house due to the ever increasing complexity of areas of expertise needed and related costs.


Chief Financial Officer
Encell Technology, Inc.

We have been using the services of ComputerCare for almost 3 years now, and would like to take a moment to share our experience. My firm, Innovative Scheduling has a very complex computer set up where we host many database servers, application websites, and a complex network to support our teams on-site and overseas.


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Innovative Scheduling