Disaster Prevention

The cost of downtime:

If time is money, then downtime is money lost.

The loss or temporary inaccessibility of your critical data will threaten the success you’ve worked so hard to attain. A firewall that provides robust and affordable network security solutions can mean the difference between in business and out of business.




To keep your network safe the most important thing is to prevent attackers from getting in.

  • Firewall with Intrusion Protection

  • Gateway Virus Protection

  • Secure Remote Access SSL VPN

  • Email Spam and Virus Filters

  • Web Filters



If anything makes it past your firewall you need to protect your PC and Servers from infections.

  • Anti-Virus Protection

  • Spyware Protection

  • Local Firewall

  • Scheduled Scans

  • Notifications and Repporting




If an intrusion happens you need to be able to recover Fast.

  • Local Backups

  • Data Replication

  • Recovery

  • Virtual Turn Up

  • Automatic Offsite Backups


Future Link IT takes a three step approach to Disaster Prevention.

First, you want to limit your risk of an intrusion.  The most cost effective repair is investing in an ounce of prevention.  We use an integrated Firewall UTM device that can protect your network from the outside world as well as protect your users from increasingly savvy Phishing and deceptive websites.

Second, protecting your data and hardware is crucial. Everyone has caught a virus at some point and having your data accessible to hackers could have devastating effects.  We provide an endpoint security solution to notify you of the infection and kill the virus.

Third,  you need a way to recover your data quickly and affordably.  For speed of recovery you should have full local and offsite backups. At Future Link IT we provide consistent local back-ups of the entire server and ensure your critical data is backed up automatically to an offsite location in case of natural disaster, theft or intentional deletion.

If your IT consulting company is not helping you limit your IT risk and have a recovery plan they should be.

Pin It on Pinterest

Share This