Cloud Storage & Disaster Recovery

Cloud Storage & Disaster Recovery

Protecting Valuable Data

Business continuity depends on efficient, uninterrupted flow of data across an organization. Cloud storage and disaster recovery is a backup and restore strategy that involves storing and maintaining copies of electronic records in a cloud environment as a security measure. You need a proactive cloud disaster recovery strategy that will help you stay up and running in the event that your physical infrastructure is unavailable for any length of time. The goal is to provide your organization with a way to recover data and / or implement failover in the event of a man-made or natural catastrophe.

Because the cloud removes the need to maintain a second site, to backup data, disaster recover planning is a prime use case for the cloud. Not only can data be stored safely, but in the event of a disaster, it can be  recovered.

With the Techgardens team, you won’t have to spend money on additional hardware, network resources, data center space and the personnel required to support these functions. Our team has decades of combined experience to help you with your journey to the cloud, and prepare adequately for what might happen in the future.

Have one of our Techgardens consultants speak with you about your next project.

About Techgardens

Techgardens is a leading systems integrator founded in 2009 and based in NYC. We build customized IT solutions that meet the unique needs of our customers; exceeding their expectations. Techgardens is more than an IT consulting firm. We select the best technology to appropriately match IT solutions that provide efficiency and return on investment.

Techgardens is a leading integrator and authorized reseller of many widely recognized vendor products with over a decade of experience deploying their products.  Many of our vendors work through resellers and as a preferred partner we guarantee the absolute best possible pricing and technical support for our customers.

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