What would you do if you walked into your office and all of your equipment was stolen? What if a bad storm causes a power surge that kills your server? Maybe you or one of your employees deletes an important folder of information? How would you react if your personal hard drive crashed and all of your family photos and personal files were gone? The truth is, your data is at risk every day. Would you be able to retrieve all of your client information or family pictures quickly if one the many risks that threaten your data does destroy your files? Would you be able to get your business back up and running without your most critical information?
Experts say that 93% of businesses that lose their data for 10 days or more due to a disaster file for bankruptcy within one year of the disaster.
CT Wayne does not want you to become a statistic due to data loss. Every business and home needs to be prepared when it comes to data protection by having an adequate and tested data backup service and recovery solution in place.
We are able to provide our clients a variety of data backup services that are customized to fit their specific needs. We begin by reviewing your current solutions and the amount and type of data you have. We then work with you to establish your critical needs and, finally, we review all of the information we have gathered to present our recommendation on the best solution to fit your needs and budget. We will also take your future goals into consideration so we can provide a solution that will be flexible enough to fit your long term needs.
We are able to provide a variety of cutting edge solutions that include:
Let CT Wayne ensure all of your business and personal information is safe and secure, should a hard drive failure or natural disaster put it in jeopardy. Don’t delay!
We are able to establish a plan to help slow running machines get back to peak performance, while making sure your devices are protected and backed up.
Our technicians are experienced in providing diagnostics services and are able to identify the root of the problem on desktops, laptops, and network systems.