Technology2018-10-24T14:46:53+00:00

TECHNOLOGY

Technology - IT Disaster Recovery Plan

Our Equipment Includes

  • Intel dual-core processor desktops PCs with 4 GB RAM & 120 GB hard drive
  • Intel servers with O/S preload, 2xQuad-core processor, 8-16 GB RAM, 300-500 GB hard drive, 2 GB Ethernet ports
  • Multifunction printers, scanners, copiers
  • Tape drives, switches, routers, etc.

DEFY FAILURE WITH A BACKUP PLAN 

We rely on technology more than ever before but when it fails, your organization can’t. We’ll ship you the equipment you need to resume operations.

Need some time to clear your hard drives of malware? Need some extra monitors for a training?

You can call us and we’ll have replacements to you in less than 24 hours.

Now you can have the safety net you need without the cost of having to own, store and maintain additional infrastructure. We’ll take care of that part so when you need something, you’ll only pay for shipping costs.

CASE STUDY: BANK 34

An arsonist ignited a fire at a law firm in Alamagordo, New Mexico. The flames set off the sprinkler system which, fortunately, saved the building but created a new problem – flooding. Just below the scorched law firm, our customer, Bank 34, was drenched in six inches of water and unable to serve their customers.

The fire and flooding happened on Thursday. Bank 34 called our hotline to declare and our team quickly began mobilizing resources. We delivered our mobile bank branch, outfitted with two teller stations, a back office and essential technology including laptops, workstations, and printers. We only send what you need to recover, so when Bank 34 told us they could connect to their own internet, we kept the satellite. We finished setting up the mobile recovery unit in their parking lot early Sunday evening and after a well-earned night’s sleep, their business continued as usual for Bank 34 and their customers on Monday morning.

If Thursday morning, you would have told me we would be up and operational on Monday morning, I would’ve called you a liar. No way, not going to happen.”

Jake Roberts, Bank 34

TECHNOLOGY

Technology - IT Disaster Recovery Plan

Our Equipment Includes

  • Intel dual-core processor desktops PCs with 4 GB RAM & 120 GB hard drive
  • Intel servers with O/S preload, 2xQuad-core processor, 8-16 GB RAM, 300-500 GB hard drive, 2 GB Ethernet ports
  • Multifunction printers, scanners, copiers
  • Tape drives, switches, routers, etc.

DEFY FAILURE WITH A BACKUP PLAN 

We rely on technology more than ever before but when it fails, your organization can’t. We’ll ship you the equipment you need to resume operations.

Need some time to clear your hard drives of malware? Need some extra monitors for a training?

You can call us and we’ll have replacements to you in less than 24 hours.

Now you can have the safety net you need without the cost of having to own, store and maintain additional infrastructure. We’ll take care of that part so when you need something, you’ll only pay for shipping costs.

CASE STUDY: BANK 34

An arsonist ignited a fire at a law firm in Alamagordo, New Mexico. The flames set off the sprinkler system which, fortunately, saved the building but created a new problem – flooding. Just below the scorched law firm, our customer, Bank 34, was drenched in six inches of water and unable to serve their customers.

The fire and flooding happened on Thursday. Bank 34 called our hotline to declare and our team quickly began mobilizing resources. We delivered our mobile bank branch, outfitted with two teller stations, a back office and essential technology including laptops, workstations, and printers. We only send what you need to recover, so when Bank 34 told us they could connect to their own internet, we kept the satellite. We finished setting up the mobile recovery unit in their parking lot early Sunday evening and after a well-earned night’s sleep, their business continued as usual for Bank 34 and their customers on Monday morning.

If Thursday morning, you would have told me we would be up and operational on Monday morning, I would’ve called you a liar. No way, not going to happen.”

Jake Roberts, Bank 34