Ensure your Critical Systems and Data are Fully Backed up daily.
Retain Incremental Daily Backups for 60 to 90 days, 12 weeks, 12 months and at least 7 years for financial records.
Maintain the Backup Settings to Account for Data relocation, Password changes, etc. (daily status reports can help with this).
Use a Reputable Business-class Security Software Suite and keep it up-to-date.
Install Operating System Security Updates on a regular basis.
Use a Business-class Firewall.
Ensure that your Wireless Network is Properly Secured.
Ensure that your Email is hosted with a reputable provider with intelligent spam filtering.
Maintain a support agreement with a Reputable IT Services Provider.
Provide employees with email and web browsing security training.
When we receive a full system image backup, the Mastermind platinum disaster recovery service will initiate a complete recovery to our virtual servers. These servers are in the same rack as the backup servers, located in our 24/7 Ultra Secure Canadian Data Centres.
We will work closely with your IT provider to get you backup and running in a fraction of the time it normally takes.
Mastermind is a 100% Canadian-owned data backup and disaster recovery company. We work with you to find disaster recovery solutions, create a plan, and find vulnerabilities in your system in case of an emergency. We use both physical machines and virtual machines for redundancy to ensure your data is easily accessible and kept safe. We know that downtime is essential to avoid – our disaster recovery services ensure business continuity in the event of an emergency with our rapid restoration.
Downtime is expensive. With the cost of employees using your company’s IT infrastructure, the potentially-missed sales opportunities, and the loss of email, order, or sales processing, you could experience a real impact to your bottom line. Often, it can take days to recover from a fire, flood, equipment failure, or loss of data. Can your company afford days or weeks of downtime while you recover your data after a disaster?