Data Backup and Disaster Recovery

At some point, all computer hardware fails. It’s a fact of life. Whether it’s from age or accident, data loss is inevitable when hardware fails, and it can cripple an SMB in a second and destroy profits just as easily. This is why an effective business continuity plan and Backup & Disaster Recovery (BDR) solution are essential to virtually every business today.

There’s no way to predict the future; hard drives malfunction unpredictably, cyber-attacks are on the rise, and natural disasters may strike with little to no warning. To ensure data is secure, it needs to be backed up and quickly recoverable so downtime is minimal when the unforeseeable happens.

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Server Backup

Servers are critical to everyday business operations. When a disaster occurs whether large or small you need your systems and data up and running again as fast as possible so business can get back to normal.

Data Backup
  • Replication or “mirrors” of your entire server(s) at regular intervals (often as frequently as every 15 minutes), so everything from the operating system (OS) to individual application configurations are recoverable after a disruption.
  • Encrypt backup jobs to securely protect data
  • Save backups to any internal or removable drive or network storage device
  • Recover files or folders by mounting a point-in-time backup

Cloud Backup for Office 365

Despite its location in the cloud, Microsoft Office 365 data remains vulnerable to acts of human nature.

All the legwork associated with recovery can become demanding of IT admins’ time and resources. But with Cloud Backup, you can combine our strengths in disaster recovery with the benefits of SaaS applications such as Office 365, and enjoy peace of mind.

  • provides automated daily backups of data
  • protects data against user errors, malicious attacks, and system problems
  • enables you to search for and instantly restore Office 365 data, and do so from a single management console
  • covers Exchange Online, SharePoint Online, and OneDrive for Business
Cloud Backup for Office365