What is Cloud Computing and how can it help your business protect its digital assets? Let us help show you how you can protect your systems so that they are always available. Business continuity, it's what we do.
When you put your data in the cloud, generally, it's more safe and more accessible there. If you have a local server or server farm, you are subject to local variables such as weather-related outages, fire, flooding, theft etc. Minimize those risks in the cloud. Give us a call and let's see if it's right for your business.
According to this survey, 60% of companies can't say yes to this question:
Got business continuity? While most businesses are still trying to figure out what "cloud computing" IS, we emphasize what it CAN DO. Not only do we provide cloud server hosting solutions, but our Mirror Cloud system brings it all together for a full business continuity package. What this means: your servers and desktops are continuously being replicated to your own personalized, secure private cloud, giving your business TRUE business continuity and instant recovery, no matter where you are located or where your servers are.
How fast can your business recover from a catastrophic server failure?
We offer a Desktop security bundle which includes protection from spam, viruses and malware. This protection even includes Microsoft and other application security patch management, all for about the cost of what an antivirus product alone would cost.
One thing that no insurance policy can do is recover lost data, and since every business today cannot function without data, having a comprehensive data risk management strategy should be top priority. With Pronet, transforming your backup strategy is a snap, and it doesn't require any special hardware. Just one simple download, and all your important data will be automatically encrypted and backed up to our secure data centers. It's so easy, 100% of our clients using our Network & Server Management service also use PronetProtect Secure Cloud Backup.
Imagine that you walk into your office tomorrow morning and your entire computer network is missing. Your computers are gone, your servers are missing, your data is inaccessible. You came to work expecting to check your email, contact your clients, work on your projects, bill your customers, but the question is - will you be able to?