What we do
We can put your entire company in to the cloud, keeping you safe and sound from potential disaster in your office. You can access your data, emails and apps from any internet enabled computer.
Server Based Computing
We can build you a single or virtual multiple Server environment, that can host your entire operation. You can have on premise email, data storage, Remote Access, VPN and many other services.
We can split your operations with some of it in the cloud and some on premise. Normally high data users can split their email services to the cloud and keep their data local and accessible fast.
One Man Bands
We can provide the one man band with all their IT needs. From email and data on the go, that is safely stored in the cloud, all in the one package through to Virtual Phone numbers from any UK region.
Your business and its survival
Disaster recovery and business continuity plans are just as important as business and marketing plans. Unlike the business and marketing plans, the disaster recovery and business continuity plans provide detailed strategies on how the business will continue after severe business interruptions and disasters.
The business continuity plan takes the disaster recovery plan one step further. This plan outlines how the business will continue its operations after the disaster. It also outlines how the business will continue its operations after smaller, less disastrous events, such as power outages. The plan outlines how and where the business will operate if it is forced to move to a temporary location. It identifies the long-term, crucial strategies that are needed to ensure that the business maintains stability and generates profits
PC Matters has developed several strategies for all sizes of business so that they can carry on operating when different disasters strike them. Talk to us to help ensure your business can survive adversity.
80% of all hardware failures in Servers are Hard drive failures
60% of companies that lose their data will shut down with 6 months of the disaster
30% of all software failures are down to virus and or malware infections
In the past two years, over 50 percent of businesses experienced an unforeseen interruption