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Complete Systems customizes Business Continuity & Disaster Recovery Plans.


Business Continuity & Disaster Recovery


Network security should be a number one priority for businesses in the Greater Toronto Area (GTA). With ransomware, hacks, attacks, vulnerabilities and data theft affecting companies all around the world on a daily basis, it’s just a matter of time before your business is hit. The goal of Complete Systems is to provide you with the best network security protection possible, while also keeping your unique needs and budget in mind.

"Warren Fine & Complete Systems have given me computer 'piece of mind.' His practical solutions to aggravating problems have allowed me to be more efficient in my use of time and to allow me to use my equipment as it was intended.”

~ Marty Wilder, The Wilder Group Inc


"Simple data backup no longer cuts it in today’s world now that recovery time is recognized as the key to minimizing loss"


Traditional backups can take days to recover data in a usable form while modern data protection solutions can reduce recovery times to a fraction of that time. Getting your business back to work quickly means avoiding substantial downtime and the associated costs.

A Loss of valuable data can be every bit as devastating to a business as fire, flooding or ice storm. In recent studies, only 21% of small businesses are prepared to deal with a major data loss or cyber-security incident, while other studies show the loss from a single ransomware occurrence has risen to $700,000 plus on average.

Without a plan in place, the impact from data loss can be severe. Planning ahead is simply more cost effective than post-incident damage control and involves none of the risk, it’s just wise and good business.

Business Continuity

A business continuity plan is a broad set of actions used to ensure that a company can continue to operate during a disruptive event in general. It focuses on the business as a whole, but drills down to specific scenarios that create risks for critical operations. Usually, it’s a written document that includes a list of critical supplies, employee contact information, a list of crucial business functions, copies of important records, and a lot more.

Disaster Recovery

A disaster recovery plan can be considered to be a more focused, specific part of a business continuity plan. It refers to the steps and technologies for recovering from a disruptive event, such as lost data or failure of infrastructure or other technological components. The DRP is usually focused on the needs of the IT department. But it goes without saying that both of these elements are important to have in place because businesses face a wide range of issues from natural disasters to man-made threats and any of these disasters have the ability to hinder a business functionless.

Complete Systems offers custom options to fit your needs. A strategy may include onsite backup, cloud backup, a combination of the two, analog phone fail over for VoIP, ISP fail over for cloud continuity operation and individual e-mail account backups. Should your business environment become compromised and access to your business is not allowed, we could create a cloud replica of your environment allowing your users to continue working until onsite services are restored. We can help you work through these considerations to arrive at the solution that best suits your needs.


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