Reduce Down-Time in Your Business with Managed Services

Having down-time in a business is wasted time and resources. Whether down-time is the result of natural disasters, software failure, human error or hardware failure, it’s time where you’re not serving customers, making money or achieving business initiatives. Many businesses do not have a process in place to help them bounce back from a lengthy down-time. Dealing with down-time inefficiently can lead to a long recovery, causing delays in business and resulting in a loss of productivity.

Tri-Copy offers managed service options to help disaster recovery. Managed services can provide solutions for all of these issues and managed service providers are experts at preparing for, and reacting to technology problems. Tri-Copy’s IT professionals cost-effectively manage your technology and provide routine maintenance so you can focus on managing your business. While many disasters are unavoidable, disaster recovery plans can decrease recovery time and the amount of lost resources. Having a disaster recovery plan in place allows your business to:

  • Protect data and technology
  • Reduce down-time
  • Minimize disasters
  • Maximize recovery time
  • Be alerted when a disaster has occurred

Managed service providers have already developed and implemented plans to address these unavoidable events properly. Providers assist in identifying and eliminating susceptibilities in your IT infrastructure and assist with data recovery.

A very important component of managed services that make a disaster recovery plan successful is storage backup. Storage backup reduces your risk of losing data. The benefit of having Tri-Copy handle your storage backup includes scalability, cost-effectiveness and access to the latest and most reliable technology.

Proactive measures are also employed within managed services. Tri-Copy can manage and monitor your network to reduce the likelihood of disasters and immediately detect and correct issues. Here are the services that make a component of managed services successful:

  • Security, file sharing and user administration
  • Anti-virus software management
  • Monthly status reporting
  • Availability, event log, backup and drive space monitoring
  • Monitoring of attached network devices
  • Network maintenance and monitoring

This is just the beginning of managed services and how it can help your business reduce down-time and the consequences of disasters. Managed IT Service providers like Tri-Copy also offer desktop/server management, help desk support, cloud computing, and much more. Contact Tri-Copy to learn more information about our managed IT services.

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