Preventative Measures

While your company may not currently be facing any major IT trauma, keep in mind that disasters do happen, and having the correct systems in place can safeguard your business from serious IT damage. At Cardonet, we believe that most IT disasters could, with the right precautions in place, be avoided. We take a proactive approach in setting up your IT infrastructure by taking preventative, detective, and corrective measures which offers your company the best safeguard against malicious, erroneous or disastrous occurrences. In doing so we can eliminate damages and resume applications as well as protect your companies critical data from natural, technical, or human disasters.

Disaster Recovery

While our aim is to prevent disasters, we realize that they do happen. If your company is currently realising the thought of disaster, data loss, or other business crippling problems, call us and we will do whatever it takes to get your company up and running in the least amount of time possible. Our dedicated team will work around the clock to ensure your mission-critical systems are safe and restored so that you may continue business as usual.

Services included:

Daily Backup:

It is not just good enough to regularly backup. You should be taking your backups off site as well as testing these backups. Cardonet will ensure that a sensible tape rotation is in place, regularly checking the backup logs, and restore from the tape.

Fire Prevention:

Is your sever room full of cardboard, paper, general stored items or flammable material? As a first step to avoid disaster these items need to be removed. Once we are there we can look at appropriate fire detection (VESDA) and fire suppression (FM200) systems.


Does your firewall have holes in it’s security policy? Is your antivirus software updating correctly? These items are pro-actively monitored during Cardonet’s regular on-site health checks.

Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS):

This allows your systems to continue running in the event of a power outage.

Monitoring systems:

We constantly monitor systems in the rare case that a problem does occur. These systems include: temperature, air-conditioning, air flow, power flow, fire detection, CCTV and alarm systems.