Disasters come in all shapes and sizes. It's not just catastrophic events like fires, hurricanes, floods and earthquakes, but also incidents such as cyber-attacks, equipment failures and even human error. Any event that has the potential to impact your mission critical functions and cause you to loose revenue or business can be classified as a disaster.
We partner with leaders in the technology industry to provide businesses in Spartanburg, Duncan, Greer, Hendersonville, and Flat Rock with onsite and offsite data backup solutions that deliver the security and reliability of enterprise-level designs, at a small business price. Features include triple offsite redundancy and:
Pivotal IT provides a wide range of Managed Backup, Data Recovery and Business Continuity Services to provide the level of protection you need to help keep your business running. Whether you need a backup to recover quickly in the event of a disaster or a full suite of Business Continuity Planning that provides the ability to spin up your entire infrastructure in a matter of minutes, from any location - we can help.
Business continuity describes a complete solution for backup and disaster recovery. Much more than simply backing up your files, business continuity provides continuous protection of - and uninterrupted access to - your critical data.
A true business continuity solution also protects data on-premises, in the cloud and offers you the ability to restore your data, which is known as disaster recovery.
Data loss or corruption can happen from hardware failure, human error, disasters, hacking, malware, or theft and the impact is significant. Whether your server crashes, you lose files, or you fall victim a malicious cyber-attack, your data is protected with business continuity solutions from Pivotal IT.
How long can you be without your computers and data? Understanding the real cost of data loss for your organization will provide you with valuable insight and will help you to determine if traditional backup or a business continuity solution will best support your operations and business goals. Two vital pieces of information are your Recovery Time Objective (RTO) and Recovery Point Objective.
Recovery Time Objective (RTO) is the duration of time within which a business must be restored after a disruption to avoid unacceptable consequences.
Recovery Point Objective (RPO) is calculated independently of the RTO and references the point in your backup cycle to which you want to recover.Your Recovery Point Objective is the maximum tolerable period of time in which data might be lost and has to be recreated due to disaster.
By calculating your desired RTO, you determine the maximum time that you can be without your data before your business is at risk. Alternatively, by specifying the RPO, you know how often you need to perform backups. You may have an RTO of a day, and an RPO of an hour depending on what your business requires. But calculating these numbers will help you understand what type of data backup solution you need.
Whether you have suffered a data loss from ransomware, a devastating natural disaster or a mundane hardware failure, we can help. Deleted files? We can help there too.
Pivotal IT uses cutting-edge technology and techniques to effectively retrieve lost, corrupted, or deleted information from an extensive variety of digital media including RAID servers, Hard Drives (HDD), Solid State Drives (SSD), USB flash drives, and on-site backup appliances.
We believe backup and business continuity are critically important. The links below provide access to free tools, information and resources to help your organization protect vital data stay prepared against disasters of all types.