cloud backup solutions
Backup as a Service
A seamless and robust Backup as a Service (BaaS) solution that automates data backup to the cloud, while keeping your information safe and available virtually anytime, anywhere.
Cloud backup combines an easy-to-use interface with powerful functionality, making a disaster recovery plan stronger, more reliable and more affordable.
Fully Managed Solution
Your data is kept safe on physical servers housed in our secure Tier 3 data centers, which are equipped with advanced security features that ensure your network is protected from viruses and hackers.
Data is lost at an alarming rate. The top reasons we lose data are:
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Prepare for unplanned business disruptions with Disaster Recovery as a Service and Cloud Backup as a Service.
Cloud Backup Features
Never miss a scheduled backup, exceed storage capacity or hinder application performance and end-user experience with cloud backup.
Avoid disruption by automatically scheduling backups to run when it works best for you.
As soon as new files are added or updated, your changes will be backed up, so you never have to worry about losing your work.
Save time and money on storage by using data compression to reduce backup size prior to transfer.
Intelligent Bandwidth Scheduler
Control bandwidth throttling in real-time, so backups use all available bandwidth during off hours and on weekends but only consume 10% during working hours.
If you only want some of your data in the cloud, set up a local backup to keep your files in two separate locations.
Choose to only back up parts of the file when changes are made.
Backup as a Service FAQs:
What is Backup as a Service (BaaS)?
Backup as a Service (BaaS) is a cloud-based data storage solution that backs up and replicates all of your data, including file systems and business applications, in a secure data center using network access.
How does cloud backup keep my data safe?
The data centers where your information is stored are equipped with sophisticated security measures, including monitoring systems, multi-layered security safeguards and central management. Your data is also encrypted, which protects it from viruses and hackers.
Is it still important to back up files on a physical server?
It never hurts to have multiple forms of back up, but it’s important to note your data is still on physical equipment at the data center. The physical service is managed by a cloud provider rather than the business itself, so you can rest easy.
What happens if I accidentally delete something from cloud backup?
There are safeguards in place to ensure your data can easily be recovered in case of human error or other disaster situations. If you run into a scenario where you need to recover data, it can be recovered pretty much at the click of a button—only by an authorized user, of course.
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