Why You Need a Backup/Disaster Recovery MSP

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From the one-person office, to the largest enterprise and anywhere in between, every company and individual has information that needs to be managed, backed-up, and stored.

Most corporations and small companies are turning to a MSP (Managed Service Provider) to handle their backup and DR (Disaster Recovery) needs. This raises a question asked for businesses of any size: Why do YOU need a backup/disaster recovery MSP?

The summed up response to the question is simple: ExpertiseService Provider AbstractThe experts agree and believe that DR planning requires “complex preparation and flawless execution.” This task may not be possible to be executed by an individual or company without the proper MSP. It is the MSP’s responsibility to handle customer needs and monitor DR plans to minimize RTO (recovery time objectives).

We are all aware that disasters happen around us, whether it is a natural disaster or a service outage. It is the MSP’s job to make sure that the companies are prepared. Protecting company data is a vital task in the digital world of today.

For most companies without a MSP, backing up data and disaster recovery can easily be neglected. The process of backup and disaster recovery is usually a part-time job within the company. For instance, there is seldom an individual with the sole task of data backup and recovery in an enterprise. Regardless of size, companies need full-time monitoring and planning for their backup/disaster recovery needs.

Other projects at work can easily sidetrack backups. Without a MSP, many people tend to neglect the company’s backups due to other projects they are focused on at the office. The task may be put on the back burner for other company needs. With the help of an MSP, backups will never be neglected.

In some occasions, a company may designate a person with the least experience to manage backups. They may underestimate the importance of consistent monitoring of their data so they pass the task down to “the new guy/girl.” Without the proper expertise provided by a MSP, the company could be at risk of losing data.

A backup administrator is not an expert. It is crucial that backup and disaster recovery planning and monitoring is handled by a true expert for the sake of the company’s data. Lack of knowledge leads to inefficient or problematic backups. Also, system restores are rarely practiced unless they are handled by a MSP.

How Managecast fixes these issues:

Managecast Technologies covers the company’s backup and disaster recovery needs. We provide enterprise-class, industrial-grade backup to businesses of all sizes. Managecast uses top software providers and partners including Asigra, Veeam, and Zerto to ensure that data is fully monitored and stored. They provide the proper expertise to execute proper DR planning and business continuity.

Instead of putting your company’s backup/disaster recovery plan on the side, turn to the experts at Managecast Technologies to fix these issues. We assist with all aspects of setup of the backups from retention rules, schedules, and how to best protect the data in the most cost effective manner.

Interested in learning how Managecast can help your business with its cloud backup and disaster recovery solutions? Fill out this form for more information!

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