It’s time to rethink disaster preparedness
There’s a popular saying that goes, “By failing to prepare, you are preparing to fail.” This quote applies to disaster recovery. If your organization isn’t prepared for disasters like natural disasters, power outages, malware attacks, and data breaches, you will suffer downtime that will cost you not just a lot of money but also your customers’ trust.
But if you’re updated about the latest in disaster recovery, you can be ready for whatever hits your business. This is what our eBook is for. Our IT experts at Stronghold Services Corporation always keep their finger on the pulse of disaster recovery, and we want to share our knowledge with you so you can make more informed decisions regarding preparing for future disasters.
No business is truly immune to disasters, but preparing against them will go a long way in making your company resilient. Our comprehensive guide will show you how to do just that. Download our FREE eBook today, and drop us a line if you have any questions.
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I am extremely pleased with their work ethic. I receive great advice on purchases and very prompt service. The service department is always willing to help and equipment that has had to go in for repair is returned earlier than expected in most cases. Everyone is willing to help and they do their utmost to keep their customers happy.
Technical Officer, Faculty of Health Sciences
Our company has used Stronghold Services Corporation for comprehensive computer hardware, networking, security, monitoring and backup for over three years. During that time we have found their service to be prompt and reliable. It has been particularly useful to have technicians deal with third party software providers on our behalf. We find their hardware pricing to be competitive.
Dr. Ralph Teeple and Dr. Mark Teeple
They are very prompt in their response to our calls. They're reliable in making sure we don't have lengthy downtime due to hardware or software issues. They routinely act on our behalf with ISPs, software manufactures and other vendors. Because they monitor our equipment it's not uncommon for them to know we have a problem and begin resolution before we're even aware of it!