Business Continuity

Is your dental or medical practice prepared? Are your assets and files protected in the event of a disaster?

Business Continuity Overview

Your data is the most valuable asset to your practice and the most important to protect. It's critical to have measures in place in the event of technology disasters such as fire, flood, theft, or technology failure.

Loss of data can result in loss of productivity and downtime in your practice. Depending upon the situation, there could also be fines assessed by healthcare regulatory agencies. We have backup and disaster recovery solutions to cover you.

Healthcare practice online backup

Online Backup

Software-based backup allows you granularity in your backup selections and provides secure off-site protection.

Integrity Online Backup Service is a monthly subscription based, fully automated, Secure File & Folder backup solution. Only selected files and folders that are critical to you are backed up regularly to the cloud, eliminating the hassle of tape backups. Off-site secure storage with file retention, provides protection from fire, theft, natural disaster and technology failures. The solution is HIPAA and PCIDSS Compliant with Advanced Encryption Standard (AES) 256-bit encryption. We monitor and proactively maintain so you can have peace of mind.

This is an entry level option that provides you with secure off-site storage and provides you with peace of mind.

Backup Appliance Service

Our appliance-based backup service provides you with image level protection both locally and off-site.

This monthly subscription based backup solution leverages a physical device and the cloud to back up all your sensitive data both locally and offsite. Data transmitted to and stored in the cloud is encrypted using Advanced Encryption Standard (AES) 256-bit encryption, meeting HIPAA and PCIDSS Compliance standards. An image level backup provides you with a more complete backup of all of your offices files, allowing you greater recovery opportunities. It also protects you in the event someone places a file outside of the normal backup location typically found in file & folder backup solutions. The device level sets your monthly backup costs and provides flexibility to move to a higher capacity plan if the data sizes grow beyond your current appliance.

Your backups are monitored and any failures are identified and remediated to ensure you have a backup you can rely on should you ever have the need.

This is a more complete option that provides you with a full image of your data both locally and in the cloud, reducing recovery time frames.

 

 

Backup & Disaster Recovery Service

Appliance-based backup service that provides you with image level protection both locally and off-site, as well as the ability to function as a temporary server in the event of an outage.

This is a monthly subscription based solution that features a backup appliance that can also act as a temporary server in the event of a failure of your standard infrastructure, allowing your business minimal downtime. Additionally, your data in also securely transmitted to and stored in the cloud using Advanced Encryption Standard (AES) 256-bit encryption, meeting HIPAA and PCIDSS compliance standards.

In the event of catastrophic failure of your office location, the BDR service also affords you the ability to spin up your “virtual” server in the cloud, allowing you the ability to access schedules and other critical data that you may need to function without having your office infrastructure in place, again minimizing downtime and business disruption.

Your backups are monitored and any failures are identified and remediated to ensure you have a backup infrastructure you can rely on should you ever have the need.

This is a best practice solution that provides the most complete business continuity option for your environment.

IT solutions with continuity

Solutions with Continuity in Mind

Backup is not the only way to ensure continuity.

While backup is a critical component of your business continuity plan, it is not the only thing that should be considered when designing your overall infrastructure. Backup solutions are for worst case scenarios. It is important to reduce the likelihood of system downtime by incorporating particular technology that keeps you running.

Designing servers that include redundant storage (RAID), redundant power supplies and the use of uninterruptible power supplies, all provide with you with protection from sudden failure or warning of potential failure.

Up-time is critical to the success of your business and allows you to provide your own services to your customers.

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