We keep you running when disaster strikes

Don’t put your Business at risk and let LINC Project elaborate and implement a Business Continuity solution for you.


Which Business Continuity benefits are most important to your business?

Keeps Your Business Running

Protects Your Data

Save Money



A big benefit of business continuity is that it keeps your business going even when something bad happens. This could be a natural disaster, a power outage, or even a cyber-attack. A good business continuity plan means your business can keep working through these tough times.

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Every business has important information like customer details and financial records. Business continuity plans make sure that you don't lose this data. If something happens to your computers, your data is still safe and can be accessed again quickly.

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If your business has to stop because of a problem, it can cost a lot of money. A business continuity plan can get things up and running quickly, which means less time lost and less money wasted.

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Customers like knowing that you're prepared for anything. If they know your business has a plan to keep going, no matter what, they'll have more trust in your business. This can help keep your customers loyal to you.

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Some industries have rules that businesses need to have a continuity plan. Having one can make sure your business meets these requirements and avoids any trouble or fines.

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How LINC Project can help you protect your business

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Plan your disaster recovery

We help you identify the threat to your business, define processes to keep your customers and staff aware and engaged and finally elaborate a strategy to have all actors ready to act when disaster strikes.

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Automated advanced backups

Automate the backups of your systems and files down to every 5 minutes combined with the advanced screenshot verification that boots a virtual copy of the server to ensure its viability. Backups are stored locally and sync with the secured cloud.

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Restore within minutes

In just a couple of minutes, restore a few files or a whole server based on the disaster severity. And if the hardware is not available for restore, access your backed up data with instant virtualisation. With just a few clicks, restoring is fast and easy.


Secure and prevent

Ransomware threats detection before they happen by checking specific patterns of ransomware and notify you. We then help get back to business by restoring the corrupted data without paying ransom.


Don't be a statistics and plan accordingly


Companies unable to recover the data they had lost


Businesses unprepared for an attack


Businesses without a disaster recovery strategy fail in the aftermath of a disaster


Data/device loss after ransomware attack


What our customers say

"Thank you LINC Project for the amazing customer service I received recently. You responded quickly and knew exactly what to do to get me productive again. Keep up the good work!"

Michelle W.

Founder & CEO

"I worked with the LINC team during my time as Head of Video Content at the World Economic Forum. I found them professional and knowledgeable and very flexible with dealing with complex, multiplatform issues that the video department needed. Highly recommended!"

Martha C.

Vice President of Creative

"Fantastic service! After having weeks of run around with Time Warner and way too many IT headaches, Ludovic was able to come out to my office (SAME DAY as my initial request I might add!!!) and fixed our networking issues in a little over an hour! Very impressed. He even brought over one of his access points just in case we needed one. He will definitely be our go to IT person over here at TiqIQ. Such a nice find!"

Garrett G.

Office Manager, TiqIQ


The most frequently asked questions

What is the difference between Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery?

Business Continuity (BC) refers to the comprehensive approach of planning and implementing measures to ensure the continued operation of critical business functions during and after disruptions. It involves strategies to minimize downtime, protect data, and maintain customer trust. Disaster Recovery (DR) is a subset of Business Continuity and focuses specifically on the recovery of IT systems and data after a disaster or disruptive event. DR plans outline the steps and procedures for restoring technology infrastructure and accessing critical data.

Why is Business Continuity planning important for my organization?

Business Continuity planning is crucial because it helps organizations prepare for and effectively respond to unexpected events that can disrupt operations. By proactively identifying potential risks, implementing preventive measures, and having a well-defined plan in place, businesses can minimize downtime, protect critical data, maintain regulatory compliance, safeguard their reputation, and ensure the continuity of services, ultimately reducing financial and operational losses.

How often should Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery plans be reviewed and updated?

Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery plans should be reviewed and updated regularly to reflect changes in the organization's operations, technology landscape, and potential risks. It is recommended to review and test the plans at least annually, but more frequent reviews may be necessary if there are significant changes in the business, such as mergers, acquisitions, new regulations, or infrastructure upgrades. Regular testing and exercises also help identify gaps or areas for improvement in the plans.

What components should be included in a Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery plan?

A comprehensive Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery plan should include the following components: Risk assessment and business impact analysis. Emergency response procedures. Communication protocols and contact lists. Backup and recovery strategies for data and systems. Alternative work location strategies. Crisis management and incident response plans. Testing and maintenance procedures. Training and awareness programs for employeesVendor and supplier management considerations

Should we outsource our Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery planning and implementation?

The decision to outsource Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery planning depends on several factors, including the organization's size, complexity, available resources, and expertise. Many businesses choose to work with LINC Project to leverage their knowledge and experience. Outsourcing can provide access to expert guidance, advanced technologies, and ongoing support, particularly for organizations with limited in-house capabilities or those seeking to enhance their existing plans.

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