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Backup and

Disaster Recovery



Disaster Recovery

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Let Us Help Keep Your Data Safe.

No Matter What Happens!

A range of reports over the recent years has show that the majority (up to 60%) of small and medium businesses won't survive a drastic loss of data.  So it's often a shock to find that many companies have no back-up or disaster recovery strategies in place at all.  If this is the case for your company, you're putting at risk all you've worked for. That is why Advanced MicroSystems, Inc. offers a wide range of comprehensive backup, disaster and recovery solutions priced to fit small business budgets.  We want to keep your data safe!

Don't Let A System Failure Shut Down Your Business And Jeopardize Everything You've Worked For. 

Our business continuity solutions will ensure that in the event of disaster, you can quickly revive your network and that your employees can be back to work in no time.

The experts at Advanced MicroSystems, Inc. can ensure your vital data can be regularly backed up and if there's a problem that files can be restored in as little as 30 minutes. Our systems can take over as a virtual server to resume operations until bigger issues with your network can be resolved. We also offer remote server backup to keep your files and data safe and secure

A catastrophic system failure can bring your business to a grinding halt, especially if you've lost vital data such as inventory records, customer lists and contacts. And it is nearly impossible to get this data back from scratch. That is why you should make use of our business continuity solutions which :

  • Backs up your data every 15 minutes every day of the week.

  • Gets your business back up and running - fast.

  • Ensures you are compliant with all laws and regulations.

  • Recovers your vital emails and contacts.

  • Keeps your data safe when disaster strikes.


Backup and Disaster Recovery solutions from AMS gives you continuous protection of your company's critical data with no effort on your part

Data Loss Can Happen In Many Different Ways.  Here Are Just A Few: 

Human Error

Human error accounts for 1/3 of data loss: from intentional deleting of files to unintentional and administration errors as well as lost or damaged hardware. Companies run on data.  The right business continuity plan will ensure data is always accessible.

You rely heavily on your business’ data and IT infrastructure for your success. Data loss and systems downtime can have devastating consequences to your bottom line and future. That’s why it’s our mission to provide specialized technical support that focuses on guaranteeing business continuity by providing industry leading data backup and disaster recovery solutions.  Your systems and data can be restored in hours, or even minutes, not days.

3 Things to Look For in a Business Continuity Solution

1 - Hybrid Cloud Backup

The winning formula for business continuity today is a combination of on and off-site backup protection. Utilizing a hybrid approach improves fault tolerance, while reducing the reliance on bandwidth speed. The local device can act as a restore hub for everything from files to application and server failover. Of course, should the local device be compromised, data that was transferred to the Cloud can act as a replica site for the business. Therefore, it is imperative businesses today employ a hybrid approach to ensure data integrity should a disaster or interruption occur.




2 - Image Based Backup

With image based backup, an actual image of the entire server is taken, which allows for entire systems, files/folders to be restored very quickly. If a server fails, any backup can be restored as a virtual machine within minutes, with virtually no interruption to the business, clients or employees.  Image based backup means faster file restores, bare metal restores, boot any backup as a virtual machine and run virtual offices locally or in the cloud.




3 - Successful Backup Verification

Your days of guessing whether a backup can be restored are over. There is now technology available that will virtualize each backup as a virtual machine, take a “screenshot” and let you know whether or not each backup can be restored. It identifies bootability issues in advance, so if necessary, you can fix any issues in advance and not during a disaster recovery.




Don't risk everything you've worked for.

Your data is your business.  Protecting it is ours.

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