Are You Taking an Expensive Gamble with Your Company's Critical Data?

To Find Out, See If You Can Answer 'YES" to all of these 5 Simple Questions

  1. Are you certain that at minimum your data IS being backed up DAILY to both a secure onsite, and offsite location?
  2. Does your current solutions provider conduct a TEST RESTORE of your data at least ONCE A MONTH to validate that all the backups and data are viable?
  3. Do you know what your business impact, or timeline to recovery is, should you have to recover from backup?
  4. Do you have a documented process for data recovery in the event of a disaster?
  5. How many critical failures or "points of failure" can your business backup solution sustain before loss of data occurs?

If you are like most of the Executives I talk to, chances are you cannot even give a confident "YES" to these simple questions about your company's back up and network security. Even though your IT systems and data are CRITICAL to every aspect of running your business and serving your customers, most CEO's will confess that they do not know all that much about this important area of their business and are purely hoping that their currently service provider 'has it handled'.

If you do not know the answers to these basic questions about your company's data, then you are taking a BIG gamble assuming your data is protected.

Hope Is Not a Good Strategy!

My name is Robert Ingram, owner, and CEO of RCWCorp. For the last 20 years I have made it my personal mission to bring high quality IT Solutions to Western Canada, while eliminating unnecessary IT expenses.
One area that RCWCorp helps businesses protect their valuable data through our multi-layered Data protection services, which allows for rapid recovery if you experience an unexpected server crash, data breach or other data-corrupting/erasing event. Only one of these incidents can cost a significant amount of time and money to correct, this includes lost employee productivity, lost revenues, and costly network repairs.

Free IT Assessment Reveals the Truth

That is why I would like to offer you a free, no-obligation, no-sales pressure Business Continuity assessment where RCWCorp will conduct an audit of your current backup and disaster recovery system. If you are open to it, RCWCorp can also conduct a compressive report on your current Business Continuity spend and compare it to what you could save by using RCWCorp's multi-layered data protection.

What To Do Next

Awaiting your response,

Robert Ingram


P.S. Why take a gamble with your critical data? Our Free Business Continuity Assessment comes with zero strings attached and no obligations. If nothing else, it will be a good third-party validation of your current business continuity status.

To paraphrase Paul Simon, there are 50 ways to lose your data here are few:

  • A desktop/laptop hard drive crash or damage to your mobile device can render your data unrecoverable
  • Your computer or phone can be stolen - business break-ins are common and according to FBI statistics 97% of stolen laptops/desktops are never recovered
  • Data can be accidentally deleted (or deliberately deleted by a disgruntled employee)
  • Your computer can be hijacked by malware
  • Your online storage accounts can be hacked
  • A ransomware attack could render your files inaccessible until a substantial fee is paid