In the wake of Hurricane Patricia, Managed IT Services releases recommendations for disaster recovery.
Tempe, AZ (PRWEB) October 30, 2015
Managed IT Services of Arizona was the result of a conscious business decision by Document Technologies of Arizona to provide for its customers an added dimension of customer services and direction. Rather than limiting their services to installing or repairing copiers, they realized they could provide their customers with an added dimension of service by implementing, augmenting or fixing a network so that all departments could fully realize the functions of the their office equipment or by installing software that could streamline their work processes to cut costs and shave time from projects. Today, Managed IT Services of Arizona assists their customers with not only network solutions but also provides them with helpful advisories or suggestions that will save time, money, and resources like the Business Backup and Recovery Guide they are promoting through their website.
President of Sales, Jason Parks explains, “Arizona is not usually the recipient of flooding or other disasters, but this latest el Nino has had Phoenix area offices flooded out. We believe in preparing for the worst while hoping for the best.”
The Business Backup and Recovery guide is a downloadable document that will help businesses prepare for hardware failure, flooding and other events, which could cause significant business data loss and downtime. The company has put out other videos and documents in the past for their clients and see it as a value-added reminder.
About Managed IT Services of Arizona
Managed IT Services of Arizona helps small to mid-sized Arizona businesses with their IT needs. From help desk services to augmenting existing IT staff, their goal is to help smaller businesses expand safely and with the type of domain expertise a more seasoned company can provide. The company proactively manages, monitors, and services technology and equipment for the purpose of fixing and addressing issues prior to their becoming problems for the customer.
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