Backup & Disaster Recovery

Our BDR service is all about preparing your Orange County business for data loss events, whether man-made or natural disasters. At Newport Solutions, we want to ensure you are all systems go, all year round.

Our Backup & Disaster Recovery Service

Disasters happen - we won't promise you they don't.

There are many ways data loss can occur in your business:

  • Accidental file deletion
  • Power outage fries a device
  • Cyber attack
  • Employee negligence (or sabotage)
  • Data is literally lost - where did you save it again?

When you partner with Newport Solutions, we put in place our tried-and-true managed backup solution and disaster recovery strategy. This means that we are making sure your data is backed up and we have put in place steps for quickly recovering and restoring your data from backup.

Our Managed Backup consists of three separate services that can be built up over time to give your data full protection that’s tailored to your needs. You can build up your protection a step at a time - or take all three services for maximum data security ensuring continuous availability of critical business data in the event of a major IT problem or disaster.


The 3-2-1 Method

Have a strong backup vault.

The 3-2-1 backup strategy can help you avoid losing data, even if cybercriminals breach your system.

Make sure you have:

3 Copies
2 Types of Media
1 Kept off site

Learn more about the 3-2-1 Method in our in-depth article.

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How Newport Solutions Can Help

If you have a business continuity plan, we will help you make sure the IT disaster recovery plan can meet the recovery time objective (RTO) and recovery point objective (RPO) defined in the continuity plan.

We can also help you test the IT disaster recovery plan periodically, just like a fire drill, to make sure it works as designed.

Our technical team has the business experience to evaluate each component of the plan so that your company is prepared and minimizes downtime.

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Your business data is the lifeblood of your company and the amount you are collecting and storing is growing all the time. Imagine the impact if you lost a day’s data, a week’s data, a year’s data, due to inadequate or infrequent back-up processes. What would happen, and could you recover?

We've created this information piece you can download and share with your leadership team. No strings attached. We just want you to have a productive conversation about your data continuity, and we think this is the perfect conversation starter.

Benefits of a Managed Backup

Low Cost of Ownership

A fully managed data backup and restoration solution is now the same or less than a capital purchase that you have to manage yourself.

Total Peace of Mind

Thanks to centralized management and monitoring by our NOC team, you can rest assured that your business data is safe and being handled by experts. Which means you can focus on your business.

Reduce Your Day-to-Day Operating Costs

While most solutions require full backups periodically or in some cases daily, our solution only requires an initial full backup then from that point stores only incremental file changes. Saving you money in storage space, data transfer costs and server load.

Safeguard Business Information

Since the solution takes backups in terms of changes, you will be able to recover files, even older revisions.

Ensure Business Continuity

Backup your most critical business applications to ensure that you can get quick access to restore systems that would have the most impact to your day-to-day operations if they were down.

Increase Productivity and Decrease Downtime

With our rapid restore capabilities, we will minimize the costs associated with lost productivity and downtime.

Detailed Reporting Information

No longer will you be unsure of how well your data is protected. We will provide you with reports monthly that let you know that your data is safe!

Ready to Disaster-Proof Your Business?

Here's 3 Easy Actions You Can Take Today:


Get UPS Battery Backups

An Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS) is a device that provides emergency power to your computer when the main power source fails. Here's how a typical UPS works:

Normal Operation: The UPS is connected to the main power, and it continuously charges its internal battery while supplying power to the connected devices.

Battery Power: The UPS uses the stored energy in its batteries to provide power to the connected devices during the outage or voltage fluctuation.

In a disaster recovery scenario, maintaining communication and connectivity is crucial. UPS units keep networking equipment, including routers and switches, powered during outages. This helps in ensuring that communication channels remain open, allowing for data transfer and coordination among different parts of the organization.


Organize Your Environment

Does your server closet look like the one on the left? We want it to look like the one on the right.

Creating an asset inventory helps in identifying and documenting all critical hardware, software, and data assets within an organization. Knowing what assets are in use and their importance allows for prioritized planning in the event of a disaster.

Having an accurate asset inventory and a clean environment also makes disaster recovery faster for your IT partner. 

After all, if it isn't clear what was damaged or lost in an incident, how do you know what needs to be recovered?

Knowing the lifecycle of your assets, including their acquisition, deployment, and projected end-of-life, will also help with long-term planning and infrastructure budgeting.

Get Working Offsite Backups

'Offsite backups' means storing copies of critical data and information at a location separate from the primary business premises.

This used to be done with USB drives, CDs, and tape backups. Today, the modern way of backing up your data is using the cloud.

This means your data is transmitted over the internet to a data center in another part of the country or world. In the event that you experience a localized disaster, your data can be recovered from your cloud backups.

But backing up your data includes more than just your server. Many business owners overlook how important their email is, and don't know that email isn't backed up automatically.

We can easily backup your Google email or Outlook inbox. We can also backup your workstations (important if you are saving to your desktop).

Schedule an Intro Call


If you are looking for managed backups in Orange County - or full IT support - schedule a call with us today.

An Intro Call with Newport Solutions is a quick 15 min chat. It can happen over the phone or in person.

We'll ask you some questions about how you are currently handling your IT support and cybersecurity. If you need a good phone system we can talk about that too.

We'll answer any questions you have about our monthly service options, and that's it!

It's a painless, no-pressure call. And by the end of our chat, it will be clear whether we are a good fit to work with each other.

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  • Quick 15 min chat
  • No obligation to work with us after

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