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Business continuity is no longer a luxury — it’s critical to your continued business operations. From tax records to client information and everything in between, the data your company processes is vital to your success. Think for a moment, could your data and IT infrastructure make it through a natural disaster like a flood or catastrophic lightning strike? What about a blackout, a brownout?

TSP’s Backup and Disaster Recovery service consists of a specialized team of solution architects and IT professionals skilled at putting together the best systems and tools to back up your unique IT environment. With TSP, you’re getting much more than just a backup and disaster recovery solution. We give you and your customers peace of mind and the confidence that the data, backup and recovery will be there when you need it most.

Don’t Think It Could Happen to You?

Don’t let a disaster — natural or otherwise — put your business at risk.

  • 140,000 hard drives fail in the United States each week
  • Data loss is up 400% since 2012
  • 68% of small to medium-sized business don’t have a disaster recovery plan
  • 60% of companies who experience data loss shut down within six months

Service Highlights

You’ve probably spent thousands of dollars on systems to process your data — why don’t you invest a fraction of that to protect it from loss? Have you ever considered what ransomware or even theft could do to your company’s ability to perform?

Data loss and disasters are bad enough but don’t overlook the reputation hits your business could take as well.

  • Reduce single points of failure
  • Minimize downtime
  • Simplified and automated administration
  • Easily scalable as data needs grow
  • Near-zero impact on production systems
  • 3-click backup deployment
  • Ransomware protection
  • Great return on investment

You Need an IT Expert

We're up to the task

We regularly hear from customers that, “…you know our business better than I do.” When you’re a TSP customer, you’re part of the family, and families help each other be better. You have plenty of items that demand your attention — focus on growing your business, not managing your IT infrastructure.

Backup & Disaster recovery

What's The Difference

Backup and disaster recovery are often used simultaneously, but they’re not the same thing, although they are integral to protecting your data thoroughly.



Refers to the copying into an archive file of computer data so it may be used to restore the original after a data loss event.

Disaster Recovery

Involves a plan to enable the recovery or continuation of vital technology infrastructure and systems following a natural or human-induced disaster.


If your IT infrastructure is otherwise fine, but you lose some data, your backup solution should allow you to load the backup data onto your existing infrastructure and continue operating as usual.

However, if your IT infrastructure is compromised — think a tornado or fire — where you don’t have access to your environment, the backup doesn’t really serve any viable purpose.

Disaster recovery is the next and critical step to ensure your business can operate by creating a replicated IT environment — data, systems, network and applications — that you can access and utilize while your primary IT environment is not accessible.

We use a defined process and a flexible mindset to deliver a custom solution

Each Customer Is Unique

During the discovery phase, our solution architects work with you to understand your IT environment – what technologies, processes and procedures you currently have in place. Also important to obtain during this phase is the level of risk your company is willing to accept with respect to your data security and ability to operate. Our team then takes this information and develops a customized solution for your exact needs.

During the recommendation phase, our team will present our findings and potential new tools or systems that need to be added to ensure that your data is secure and readily available in the event your disaster recovery plan need to be implemented. We are also not afraid during this phase to make recommendations on changes that you should consider if you are currently operating outside of industry best practices.

Finally, in the implementation stage, we put all the analysis and recommendations to work. Ultimately, it’s your company so you choose from our professional recommendations what you would like to implement. No two customers are alike so no two solutions will be exactly alike either. Your risk tolerance identified during the discovery phase plays a part in your decision making here as well.

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