Local Owned & Operated

Data Backup & Recovery

Computer data may be one of your company’s most valuable and vulnerable assets. Many companies experience data loss due to equipment failure, flood, fire, theft, power surges and misconfigured or faulty backup solutions. Even with properly managed ‘in house’ solutions your backup data remains ON SITE which makes it vulnerable.

Could your business recover after losing ALL of its data? How much would it cost your company if all of your data was lost? Does your company have a disaster recover plan?Do you have certified technicians that can get you up and running quickly?

How it Works

Online backup management software works like regular data backup software, but with one important difference. Instead of sending backups to a tape drive or other media attached to the computer it is backing up, it sends the backup over the Internet to our offsite backup servers located in our secure data facilities. It does this (usually) at night while computers are not being used. Backups can also be done on-demand, any time. It is completely automatic. In fact, you may even forget it’s working. Most businesses put their lives on the line every night and don’t realize it. With businesses depending more and more on the data stored in their computers, proper backups are becoming much more critical.

When are backups performed

Remote Backups are done on schedule, reliably. Most businesses don’t do this. For one reason or another, they don’t keep a regular backup regimen. Usually it’s because the person responsible for doing backups (if there is one) is too busy doing something else, or someone is using the computer when it’s time for a backup, or they simply forget. Since remote backups are done with automated software usually at night, when nobody is using the computer, backups are always done on schedule

Ordinary backup software is often installed with a list of files to be backed up. This set of files usually represents the state of the system when the software was installed, and often misses critical files. Further, it often fails to back up files that get added later. Compounding this problem, VERY few businesses take the trouble to reset their backup software regularly to include new files.

Is there backup security

Our backups are encrypted for complete security. Tape backups are not generally encrypted, so anyone can read them and gain access to client database, billing records, payroll, tax info, and everything else on computers.Encrypts backups using a variety of the strongest cryptographic methods in the world for complete security so nobody, not even the employees, can read the files. Finally and most importantly – Backups are immediately sent offsite and stored safely away from the clients’ computers and their businesses. This is where almost every business makes its biggest mistake. Even if they do everything else perfectly, backups are of little use if their building burns or they are unable to physically recover their tapes from the premises. Most small companies who do backups leave the tapes in the building with the computer, where they can be destroyed right along with the computer. Of course, you can see that this would be a problem in a hurricane, fire or flood. But it’s also useful in emergencies where businesses are forced to evacuate their offices quickly. Even businesses that do backups and have good, undamaged tapes have to shut down. Many go out of business simply because they don’t have access to their data.

When & where can files be backed up

Immediately recover your offsite backup data from any date within your retention period. A simple web interface allows you to immediately restore your online data backup from an internet browser on any computer