Imagine going into the office, turning on your computer, and being unable to access your emails and files. Would you be able to keep working? 50% of companies that experienced data loss and couldn’t recover all of their files ended up filing for bankruptcy within 4 months. Yet so many business owners fail to prepare for unexpected, potentially business-destroying events, such as:
Don’t risk the livelihood of your company and employees. You NEED a business continuity plan to avoid losing clients, business opportunities, and revenue when data loss occurs. Contact us at (317) 585-0500 or send us an email: email@example.com.
Your data is the lifeblood of your organization – letting you interact with and serve clients effectively; and when you lose your data, you’re unable to get work done, which often leaves your clients looking for another company that offers what you offer. Fortunately, we understand how important staying operational is.
That’s why we offer business continuity planning, which includes:
It’s only a matter of time before some type of disaster strikes. Contact PC Help Services at (317) 585-0500 or send us an email: firstname.lastname@example.org. We’ll help you prepare for the worst to maintain the livelihood of your company and employees.
My wife called around and the first company to actually answer the phone was PC Help Services, Inc. She scheduled a time for the owner, Jason, to come out to our house; he came out within 48 hours. (In the past, we had taken our computer to a place like Best Buy to get it repaired, but we really don’t like doing that anymore. Even though it costs more for a repairman to come to one’s home, it is worth it for convenience and security.) Jason showed up on time and was very professional. At the advice of the person who scheduled the appt. over the phone, we purchased a new DVD burner from Fry’s ahead of time to save money. When Jason determined that the DVD burner / drive in our computer was indeed inoperable, he began to replace it with the one we had purchased. There was a problem between the computer and the connectors for the new DVD drive. Jason knew of a store from which he could buy a new connector. Within 10 minutes he was back and had spent $5.00 for the connector. He quickly installed the new DVD drive and concluded within 45 minutes, start to finish. Hire PC Help Services, Inc., by all means!”