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Backup Plan? Fire, natural disaster, vandalism, theft or carelessness—a data disaster can strike at any moment. You need to know that your business data is protected and secure. Most importantly, you need to know that—at any point—you can recover that data in the event of loss.

As a small or medium sized business owner, you know the importance of saving your businesses critical files such as ERP Data, Accounting Information, Payroll Documents, Employee Documents and Server snapshots for quick recovery from a disaster.

 

Data Center Located in Canada (your Data stays in Canada and Encrypted)



Cloud Backup, sometimes referred to as remote backup or offsite data backup, allows businesses to back up data to a remote, secure, offsite location over existing internet bandwidth. This gives your business the ability to implement a data protection strategy that includes offsite storage of a backup of your data without requiring physical transportation of the data from your location to another remote storage location. Instead, we can define your backup schedule, and the backup software will encrypt and send the data to our secure data center instantly, giving you easy offsite data protection.
 
For small and medium sized businesses our redesigned back up service is the most cost effective backup solution that houses server capabilities and includes:


  • Fully automated offsite (no employee changing tapes)
  • Data Center Located in Canada (your Data stays in Canada)
  • Site-to-Site Backup (448-bit Blowfish encryption
  • Completely maintenance free
  • Automatically updated with email notifications on backup status
  • Secure and Safe Data Center Locally
  • 448-bit Blowfish encryption


Not Sure Why You Should Backup Data On Your Network?

  • More data is being stored in smaller spaces. Today's hard drives store 500 times more data than previous generations of computers. Increasing storage capacities amplifies the impact of data loss, making mechanical precision more critical.

  • Data has become more mission critical; hospital patient record, a graduate school thesis, personal finance and tax information and payroll records. Users today are storing more information electronically than ever. The loss of mission critical data can have staggering financial and legal ramifications on businesses and personal users.

  • Backup tools and techniques are not 100% reliable. Most computer users rely on backups as their safety net in the event of data loss (a recommended practice). On-track research indicates that 80 percent of its data loss customers regularly back up their data, only to find them less than adequate at the critical moment they need to restore them. Backups assume that hardware and storage media are in working order, that the data is not corrupted, and that your backup is recent enough to provide full recovery. In reality, hardware and software do fail and backups don't always contain current enough data.

Most small businesses don't have a backup plan that fully protects them.