IT issues can be costly for financial services so it’s important you can trust your IT partner.
A company that understands the specific needs and requirements of working within regulatory frameworks, but who also can interpret how you want to work and how best to use technology to keep your business competitive.
Dr Logic already provides IT support for a number of niche Financial Services companies in London. So we have the knowledge and experience to quickly understand the unique challenges you might be facing.
We can support you to ensure you have peace of mind, why not get in touch for some impartial advice?
In Financial Services, the security of your business and your client data is paramount. If you’re looking to improve data security, we can help you draw up a Security Policy for your business. We’re also able to implement solutions to help improve your existing data security systems.
Multi-site or remote working
If your staff need to work across multiple locations, including outside the UK, we support a number of cloud-based solutions to give you secure remote access to files wherever you need it.
Network and security
Working closely with you, we assess where you are and outline where you need to be from an IT security standpoint. We then help design, build and implement a system that will meet your specific needs, industry regulations and the needs of your customers.
We will manage firewalls for you, eliminating unknown traffic, implementing threat detection tools and giving you protection from denial of service (DDoS) attacks, simplifying and strengthening your networking security and integrating all security functionality into the core of your network.
Business Continuity Planning & Disaster Recover
When you’re looking after your client’s money, or holding sensitive data, you can’t afford downtime, or to suffer a significant data loss. We can work with you to develop a business continuity or disaster recovery plan which will cover a variety of scenarios, from complete loss of data, to your office being unavailable.
This might include secondary onsite backup, secure remote or cloud backup for your servers, or backup internet systems.