Backup & Recovery.

Ensure that your business is prepared to weather any storm, hardware failure, ransomware or human error

Peace of mind with dedicated backup and recovery

Disaster Recovery

Set in place a plan to prevent or minimise data loss and business disruption resulting from catastrophic events.


Know your data is there when you need it and prevent your business from losing essential data, client information, time and profit.

Cloud Backup

Back up files and data into the cloud. Protect your data with industry-standard encryption.

Know your data is safe with our business data backup & recovery solutions

Unique plans for your business that consider the needs of your systems and business

Protect your data and your client’s data. Enjoy the peace of mind that any downtime is minimised and doesn’t compromise business continuity or financial operations.

Enjoy business continuity

One of the biggest challenges in any business is how to maximise profit and productivity. Any potential downtime or lost income due to your data being compromised can really set the cat among the pigeons.

Therefore, recovery plans and continuity strategies are critical for your business. When a disaster strikes, you want to be in control of the situation and not scrambling to find solutions that could lead to costly mistakes and forced decisions.

Typically, disaster recovery plans are used in the event of IT failure, a data breach, a power outage, or human error. Continuity plans are needed when your entire business (including your premises) is compromised. If your business is not prepared for a disaster, you risk losing data, profits, reputation, and clients.

Implement a tailored recovery plan

Our data protection solutions are ideal for clients that want to achieve information resiliency and 24/7 operational recovery across data assets.

Our plans are reliable and have been tested before the disaster strikes. We also offer backup across multiple platforms and clouds to ensure your data is protected to the highest degree.

We can assess your current solution or undertake a complete backup; scope what is important to you, and deliver a risk assessment, recommendations, solution size & pricing estimate based on consumption.

Your partner in backup and recovery services

If the thought of losing valuable business data leaves you feeling cold, you’re not alone! At The Missing Link, we make sure that businesses just like yours are prepared to weather any storm, hardware failure, ransomware or human error.


What is backup and disaster recovery?

Backup strategies refer to the steps taken to save important data and business information. Disaster recovery is the process taken to recover your lost data. These strategies complement each other and allow you to run a business with the peace of mind that your vital business data will not be lost forever if there is a hardware failure, human error or ransomware attack.

Why do you need a backup and recovery plan?

With a dedicated backup and recovery plan, your business can minimise data loss and business disruption. Imagine the business costs of losing vital data? You probably shudder to think about it! Well, don’t leave it to chance. The Missing Link will put in place robust backup and recovery services.

How does backup and recovery work?

Once we identify the critical parts of your business that are managed on your computer systems, we look to secure the programs and essential data you need to continue operations if disaster strikes. Then we set up on-premise or cloud-based backup and disaster recovery tailored to your business. Once the strategy has been tested and any improvements made, the plan can then be activated, while continuous testing will occur.

What are the benefits of backup and recovery services?

Reduce Downtime – A simple, secure and reliable solution could save you from losing data, clients, reputation, time and even profit.
Recoverability – Ensure your data is safe, secure and accessible 24/7.
Cost savings – Modern backup and recovery methods are very cost-effective – and are certainly cheaper, quicker, and easier than trying to back-peddle if you don’t have the data backup plan in place when something goes wrong.
Compliance - Meet all regulatory and client compliance requirements with the correct processes, solution and documentation.
Security - protect your data against ransomware attacks and ensure you have an offsite and secure copy of your data.

What is the difference between RTO and RPO?

Recovery Point Objective (RPO) refers to your businesses loss tolerance, the objective is expressed as a time measurement from the disaster to the most recent preceding backup. Essentially, it is a measure of how frequently your business takes backups. Recovery Time Objective (RTO) is the duration of downtime a business can tolerate without adversely impacting operations. In the event of a disaster, these objectives will depend on your approach to regular backups and data storage capabilities.



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