Secure and Automated Online Data Backup

Secure and Automated Online Data Backup

Your business could be in jeopardy if you do not have a reliable offsite backup plan. It takes just one catastrophe: a major server failure, malicious attack, power surge, fire, flood, or other disaster to severely corrupt your data or wipe it out completely. On average, U.S. businesses lose $12 billion each year as a result of data loss. Are you willing to take that risk?

Traditionally, data backup was a manual process. Several different storage methods can be used, including tapes, CDs, DVDs, external hard drives, and network storage devices. All these methods are subject to human error or system failure.

The best way to secure your data is with an offsite backup. We provide excellent customer service, quality reporting, monitoring of our redundant systems, and use replication to secure your data. Do not trust the older, slower, more unreliable methods of backup. Our solution is fast and reliable. In the event that your local data is compromised, you can easily restore it to any location. You will be able to continue your business operations with minimal impact on profits and productivity, without your customers even knowing about the issue.

When choosing an offsite backup solution, it is important to evaluate the level of the provider’s customer service, the quality and thoroughness of the reporting they provide, and the monitoring and replication they offer. Most solutions use incremental backups, which means data changes are captured over a certain retention period.

The average company spends anywhere from $100,000 and $1,000,000 to cover damages incurred by hardware failures and data loss. Do not become another statistic. Contact The Data Backup today and get the peace of mind you need to focus your attention where it belongs—on your business.

There are two main types of offsite backups:

Automated: With this reliable solution, backups are scheduled to run automatically at pre-determined intervals. This is the most effective and reliable option, as it eliminates the chances of missed backups due to user error and reduces the overall costs of the backup process. From small start-ups to large corporations, automated backups have become standard practice for modern businesses.

Manual: This outdated backup procedure requires an individual to go in and initiate the process. Given that 11% of all data loss is due to human error, manual processes heighten the risk of skipped backups. They also result in higher costs and slower restore procedures.