Managed IT backup, disaster recovery and business continuity

Planning for potential IT disasters is essential to keep your business running

IT backup, disaster recovery and business continuity

Even the best-designed security solution can’t account for the unexpected, so you need to be covered! Fire, flood, hardware failure, human error – all of this can threaten your data. Files, applications, or entire servers, whether virtual or physical, may need to be recovered. Our managed backup and disaster recovery IT services can ensure your business continues in the case of an emergency. Downtime can mean huge losses in work-hours and lost revenue, so Plan IT Support knows how important it is to have an IT disaster recovery plan in place.

Do you have a business continuity plan?

Any business is vulnerable to an IT crisis. This means that at any point and without notice, an external factor could bring your IT systems down. Given this, any business should have a IT disaster recovery plan or business continuity plan in place.

Ensuring business continuity, while attempting to minimise the disruption a crisis such as a server failure can cause, is challenging. Furthermore, not all businesses are the same so not all disaster recovery solutions are the same. Plan IT Support will talk to you about your business needs and evaluate your level of risk. We will work with you to come up with a disaster recovery plan that balances need with value-for-money. Recovery speed, uptime requirements, backup frequency, budget – all of this will be taken into account.

Our off-site backup solutions utilise globally-distributed data centres that are SSAE-compliant and ISO-certified. Operating across Essex and London, Plan IT Support will provide your business with the professional backup and disaster recovery services you need, along with any other general IT support.

What we can do for you

Our IT disaster recovery solutions can help cover all aspects of this area – from planning to prevention through to crisis support. We are experienced in handling all types of IT disaster scenarios, so should you suddenly find your business disrupted by a failed hard disk, a cyber-attack or a natural disaster, we can help to keep your business data secure. Here is what we can do for you:

  • Impartial, expert advice offered at all times
  • Listen to your current challenges and discuss future requirements if your business has plans to change
  • A tailored technology solution to your specific IT systems or business needs
  • A clear IT disaster recovery plan implemented 
  • Preventative measures put into place
  • Instant support in case of an emergency
  • Implement IT backup procedures should they be needed

What our clients say

You have always provided us with an amazingly fast and efficient service at a very reasonable cost, going about your work in a very approachable and polite manner. It makes a huge difference and gives us a great sense of security to know that you guys are always on call and available to work through issues that come up.

Tom Lacey, Lacey & Saltikov Architects

Reach out to us

Plan IT Support works across London and Essex to provide IT backup, disaster recovery and business continuity. Our clients include large national organisations as well as local small businesses. Whatever your size, we can ensure that you have disaster recovery and backup plans in place to minimise any disruption to your business. Just get in touch to tell us what you need and we can come up with a solution tailored to your needs.


    Frequently asked questions

    Yes. Although it’s unlikely for a natural disaster to damage your IT infrastructure, human errors are fairly common. Having an IT disaster recovery plan in place means that you’ll always have the means to recover your vital systems and quickly restore them to their original condition.

    No, it’s not risky. The cloud is a safe place for you to store data and is an excellent disaster recovery solution if your physical storage is damaged. If you are concerned about your data on the cloud, you can choose to use a cloud service with two-factor authentication and encryption – we would highly recommend this.