Disaster Recovery & Business Continuity

Inevitably, life will offer bumps in the way of problems or unforeseen circumstances. Natural disasters, blackouts, information leaks, hackers, and even accidents from distracted employees can lead to minor hassles such as wasted time but also major disruption if servers go down or backups are lost. Fortunately, PC ASSISTANCE is here to help with state of the art crisis management solutions.

BCDR (Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery) requires a guarantee that applications will be recovered within a specific amount of time, RTO (Recovery Time Objective) and within the maximum acceptable data loss period, RPO (Recovery Point Objective).

It doesn’t matter if you are backing up one server or a hundred if you don’t have absolute certainty that those backups will be recovered. If you wake up at night wondering if all of those VMware vSphere, Microsoft Hyper-V, and Windows Physical backups you performed will be restored, then you're not alone. But, there is no reason to continue in uncertainty.

What if you could know—without a doubt—that recovery would be within your objectives? That you could finally stop talking about recovery objectives, and instead talk about RTAs and RPAs (Recovery Time Actuals and Recovery Point Actuals)? And you could do it without losing sleep at night? With our solutions, you can. We recognize that backups are great but recovery is what matters.


With PC ASSISTANCE at your side, you won’t be losing sleep. There will be no uncertainty on whether the recovery will happen, or how many hours it might take. In minutes, backups are restored and you are back on your feet.

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