Business Continuity

You rely on your computer systems and data to drive your business. The right service and support are a vital part of keeping your business running to its potential. Midland Computers can provide this level of expertise and maintenance, while putting provisions in place to ensure that should the worst happen, your business will suffer as little down time and disruption as possible.


Every year we receive panicked phone calls from companies whose backup has failed when they have tried to restore it. A failed backup can mean missing or outdated files or be missing critical information and data entirely. This type of important data cannot be recreated from scratch. We offer a fixed fee service that ensures that both your method and ability to recover your business data is sound. If you are 100% sure that your backups are sound, would you be comfortable erasing all data from your hard drive and restoring it from backup?


The Service:

The Service:

  • Fixed price routine recovery of your system to a test server at Midland Computers using your current backup method.
  • We then invite you in to view your recovered server and discuss your current backup cycles, retention periods, transport and storage.
  • We advise you of estimated recovery times and along with possible improvements, if any to your current backup methods
  • Peace of mind that your backups are working correctly and can be recovered to different hardware in the event of theft, fire, flood, or simply a failure of hardware.


Should the worst happen, we have the experience and know-how to get your company back up and running as quickly as possible. We can recover your business data should disaster strike (for instance, flooding, power cut, fire etc.), or even retrieve smaller files or photographs, if you accidentally delete them.

Failover is something that we can put in place as one of the measures to make sure your data is protected. This is a backup operation that means a server or product has the ability to detect the failure of a specific component, and switch to a replica of the same component without losing functionality.