IT disasters can be catastrophic to a business and their potential can create serious stress for business owners. This makes securing your data critical.  F1 will work with you on backup and disaster recovery solutions to provide you with rapid return to functionality in the event of data loss or breach so you can continue to do what you are in business to do. We can provide security assessments to assure your client base or other vendors of your commitment to protect their information.


How to Handle a Disaster

Business Continuity

Whether you lose a single file, a single device or your entire network, F1 can help you get back to work in short order. We can help you design a solution or set of solutions to meet your business continuity needs.

High Availability

By working with you to identify where your most critical needs for duplicity exist, we can create automated failover designs to protect against software or hardware failure.

Resilient Design

F1’s network designs take into account potential vulnerabilities and/or weak links so that we can offer solutions that can be counted on to hold up under single component failures.

Disaster Recovery

We have plans that will allow your business to be able to continue even in the event of a catastrophic disaster.  We will spend time with you to strategically develop a customized plan specific to your business needs.

Our Planning Process

We could charge you a fortune to install an ingenious alarm system with all the bells and whistles, or hire guards in uniforms to protect your machines. However, for us it makes more sense to spend some time with you to strategically develop a customized IT Disaster Recovery plan.


Here is what our process looks like:


Draw up an initial assessment of your business processes which are dependent on IT services and environment.


Identify and categorize your IT application portfolio to include your Service Level Objectives.


Explain the differences between IT Disaster Recovery and Business Stability and Continuity


When data loss or a disaster does occur, what management and communication practices are set up to deal with it?


How are system administration and IT change-management affected by critical business service continuity?


Develop technical requirements to ensure security, resource requirements and a model for application compatibility.


Review and evaluate current backup systems and recovery strategies.



Regularly reassess current disaster recovery procedure and process, with a focus on changing threats and business process