Dependable Business-Critical Backup. Simple, Secure, and Unified to Protect your business data. From tax records to client information, your data is essential in running your business. When it's lost because of an unanticipated natural disaster or even worse, it is stolen, you need to make sure you can recover that your critical files so your business can continue to thrive and grow without losing clients.

Data backup and recovery with Biz-Net, in Reno and surrounding areas, is the most important service you could ever sign up for, as Biz-Net specializes in computer, data backup as well as system recovery. We incorporate the most advanced technologies available that backs up ALL of your data, stores it securely on an onsite server the replicates your data, in an encrypted form, to two offsite data centers nationwide.

If any data is lost or breached, your business is vulnerable to significant revenue loss and even failure. We protect you against ransomware, accidental deletion, and disasters, providing you with peace of mind knowing that we can restore data in seconds. Biz-Net provides data protection solutions for businesses of every size, regardless of the infrastructure.

No matter what the circumstance, your critical business data is always available to you, no matter where you are.

The Ultimate Disaster Recovery Checklist

Stay One Step Ahead of Potential Disasters Prepare yourself before disaster strikes. When it comes to data Backup and Disaster Recovery (BDR), being prepared for potential disasters is key to keep your business running. It’s not only important to have a disaster recovery solution you trust, but to make sure you test it as well. Keep this Disaster Recovery checklist on hand.

Prior to a disaster ever occurring (and unfortunately, it’s a matter of when and not if) ask yourself the following:

  • Do you have a disaster recovery solution in place?
  • Do you trust it?
  • When was the last time your backup was tested?
  • How long does it take to recover from your current backup solution?
  • How long can you realistically be down? 1 hour? 1 day?
  • What is the financial cost of downtime to your business?
  • When a disaster occurs, is there an offsite copy?

The disaster moment has occurred—time to walk through the following steps:

Every disaster is different.   Before doing anything, understand the underlying issue and how it may affect you.

  • Is the issue local to one machine, or does it affect your entire system?
  • Have files been deleted or are servers/ workstations down?

Recovery is what makes a BDR solution different from a simple backup product.   Plan out your road to recovery.

  • Restore the system, the data, or both? Should time be spent recovering files and folders before system recovery?
  • Identify critical systems and prioritize recovery tasks.
  • What date/time should you recover from?
  • How long can your recovery take?

Select the appropriate recovery type(s).  To get to your “road to recovery”, the appropriate recovery procedure must be followed. Think about which approach will best get you to your end goal.

  • File restore.
  • Local virtualization.
  • Off-site virtualization.

Verify the recovery and confirm functionality with users.  Once a recovery is verified, confirm that it interacts positively with users.

  • Test network connectivity.
  • Ensure all users can access resources and applications in the virtual environment.

Restore the original system(s), if needed.   If the original system(s) needs to be restored, decide which restoration process will work best.

  • Bare metal restore.
  • Virtual machine restore.

Self-assess afterwards.   After it’s all said and done, take a step back and think about it: How well did your team do? What could you have done differently?

What precipitated the failure?

  • What ongoing issues need to addressed?
  • What can be done better in future DR scenarios?

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