How it Works
SMB Tech makes business continuity a snap. You can quickly light-up failed servers on the locally or in the cloud, ensuring your critical applications are always running and your employees are always productive. The local SMB Tech appliance identifies all devices in your network and automatically sets-up appropriate protection schemes across all operating systems in physical and virtual environments. When you need to recovery or failover, it can all be done with a click from anywhere with our business continuity solution’s simple web-interface.
SMB Tech mirrors your entire business locally and in the cloud so that all of the critical elements of your IT infrastructure are protected – laptops, workstations, servers and all of the interconnected elements of your network. If something happens, with just a few clicks you can quickly failover a server or virtualize your entire office in the cloud and continue accessing your data and applications for as long as you need without any additional fees. Now no matter what happens, your employees will always be productive, your clients and customers will always be happy and your business will stay up and running if you’re using SMB Tech’s business continuity solution.
Testing your disaster recovery and business continuity plans is easy when you have the right solution. SMB Tech allows you to test server failovers on the local appliance and virtualize your office in the SMB Tech cloud as many times as you want and at any time you need to. Since recovery is as easy as a couple of clicks, you should always be testing. If you want, you can even use the cloud as a sandbox to test upgrades or updates to your IT infrastructure using SMB Tech’s business continuity solution.
With robust user roles and access restrictions you can be certain only authorized employees have access to your data and protection profiles. The local SMB Tech appliance establishes a secure connection with the SMB Tech cloud and encrypts data using AES algorithms for federal-grade security for transmission to our data centers, where data is encrypted at rest.