Urgent Message For Anyone Not On Our Disaster Recovery Solution.

September 15th, 2014 BDR

If you are not on our #1 preferred backup solution, please take 2 minutes to read this article as it contains a very important message regarding your department’s backup and your ability to be up and running fast in the event of a data-erasing natural disaster, server failure, virus attack or other “digital crisis.” And since September is National Disaster Preparedness Month, I felt this was an appropriate time to remind you about this.

Years ago, we discovered a tremendous backup and disaster recovery system. When we first found this solution, I was skeptical that it could deliver protection and security for an incredibly low price. But after doing a ton of research and testing, we found that this is by far an absolute necessity for all Agencies concerned at all about securing their computer data.

While many backup systems are “good,” there are a lot of problems with many older, inferior systems. Problems such as:

  • Not backing up ALL of your critical data off-site.
  • If a problem were to disable your server(s), it could cost thousands to restore and would take a few days (minimum) to get you back up and running.
  • It may not do open files or continuous backups; that means you could lose an entire day’s worth of work if something goes wrong.
  • You have to do something manually in the process, leaving room for human error.

That’s why I want to make the switchover a no-brainer for you. When you replace your old backup system with this one by October 15, 2014, we will:

1.) Waive the Backup Analysis Fees ($200-$800 value depending on the # of servers)

2.) 25% discount on the Setup Fees. ($400-$1000 value depending on the # of servers)

3.) Have a Consultation about Offsite Backup for the agency, while staying compliant with the AG Office guidelines for Data Storage.


This is not about us making money – it’s about YOU having the right backup in place to make sure you never have to deal with the costs and devastation of being “out of business” and without your data.