Disaster can happen to you!

Data integrity is a rapidly expanding threat to technology at any level. If you’re currently dealing with a digital disaster, or would like to prevent disasters from happening; Turbo Technicians can help!


What is Disaster Prevention and Recovery?

Digital disasters are any type of malady that may effect the usability of your computing devices. These disasters are often unpredictable and can happen to any machine, regardless of age or performance level. As a result the only way to fully ensure seamless usage of technology is to have a contingency plan in place.

Common disaster prevention methods include:

  • Regular data backups (both onsite and offsite)
  • Hardware monitoring
  • UPS (uninterruptible power supply) devices
  • Routine maintenance
  • Replace aging hardware before it becomes an issue
  • Having a Backup Disaster Recovery plan in-place
  • Having a Backup Disaster Recovery appliance on-site and cloud ready
  • Regular Monthly or Quarterly Backup Disaster Recovery testing


Turbo Technicians offers a series of backup options to prevent the worst-case and ensure your business runs as seamlessly as you have come to expect. Data loss prevention is always easier than data recovery!

Backup services include:

  • Physical backup media and cloud backup solution
  • Cloud based backup via IDrive or Datto
  • Complete server and workstation imaging via Acronis or Datto
  • Backup Disaster Recovery Solution virtual and physical – Datto

Whenever establishing IT protocol, one of the first things to be considered should be the plan in the event of emergency. The same way a building has a planned fire escape path, your business should have a plan in place in the event of computer disaster. Turbo Technicians can advise or configure a plan to ensure that in the event of chaos you are assured peace of mind.

Disaster continuity planning services include:

  • BCP (business continuity plan)
  • Secondary site planning
  • VPN establishment
  • BIA (business impact analysis)
  • Contingency training plan for company personnel
  • BCP (business continuity plan) auditing

Due to the growing commonality of disaster situations in IT there exists several solutions for redundancy on the hardware level.

Hardware redundancy solutions include:

  • UPS (uninterruptible power supply) devices
  • Failover routers
  • RAID installation
  • Server Clustering


Although the best policy is to always have a current backup, many businesses simply do not keep accurate, and recent backups. Here at Turbo Technicians data backup is our specialty. We have an arsenal of hardware and software related tools to attempt to recover your data, even when your hard drives have seen their worst! And in the event that the issue is too great for us to handle, we can work with our data recovery partners to perform a forensic recovery for you. No data is worth losing!

Data recovery services include:

  • RAID rebuilds and recovery
  • External hard drive repair and recovery
  • Disaster hardware repair (water damage, fire damage, shock, etc.)
While the cost of computer hardware has come down tremendously within recent years, outright replacement remains a very costly proposal, especially when working with enterprise-grade hardware. The value of standardized hardware is cost effective component replacement, yet many of our customers are astounded by how affordable seemingly complex components actually are. Don’t replace, repair!

Hardware repair services include:

  • Full laptop component replacement due to damage from water, fire, drop, shock, etc.
  • Desktop component repair and replacement due to damage from water, fire, shock, etc.
  • Server component repair due to damage from water, fire, shock, etc.
  • UPS (uninterruptible power supply) battery replacement
Turbo Technicians has a wealth of experience when it comes to disaster continuity, our technicians can help asses your disaster situation and put you on the fast track to recovery.

Disaster assessment services include:

  • Damage assessment for insurance claims
  • Inventory audits of destroyed or salvageable hardware
  • Establish emergency contacts with hardware or software vendors
  • Indexing of critical information; including digital and hard-copy documents