Backup

Is your data safe?

To a business owner, your data is priceless. The loss of your data can put you out of business, In fact, according to Home Office Computing magazine, 30 percent of all businesses that have a major fire go out of business within a year. Seventy percent fail within five years.

Having a basic backup plan in place can bring peace of mind that in the event of a fire, theft, or disaster that your data will be recoverable and you will have one less thing to worry about when getting your business back on its feet.

Basic Backup

Having a local backup is the bare minimum recommend. This can be backup to tape, external hard drive, etc. Local backups are quick and easy for recovering a single file or folder. However, in the event of a disaster, your local backup device will more than likely be missing or destroyed. This is why we recommend a local backup in addition to one of the options below.

Disaster Prevention Backup:

With Variatech off-site backups, your data will be backed up locally, encrypted and sent to a secure location on a daily basis. Utilizing a specialized image based backup solution, a snapshot of your workstation or server is taken and backed up to a network attached storage device. This data is then replicated to the cloud. In the event of a fire, theft, etc., data can be recovered either locally, or remotely. Your server or workstation can be virtually restored to a spare computer for immediate access to your data.

Business Continuity Backup:

Variatech business continuity will ensure the minimum amount of downtime for your business. Like Variatech Disaster Prevention Backup, your data will be backed up locally as well as encrypted and sent off-site to a secure location. However, instead of a daily backup, your data will be backed up twice per hour. In the event of a theft or hardware failure, your server or workstation can be virtually replicated on the included backup server. In the event of a disaster, fire, etc, your server or workstation can be virtually replicated in the cloud. This means you can work from anywhere you have internet access.