No matter it’s size, your data is a valuable asset whether for company or individual. Think about it what would you do without your financial or customer records? What about special forms, spreadsheets or documents that you have worked so hard to create and maintain? What about those vacation photos or family reunion photos? How long could your business survive without access to the information you rely on every day?
Yet many business owners and individuals who diligently insure their businesses or property don’t have a contingency plan for their data. Considering the variety of possible data threats to your system — including hard drive crashes, theft, computer viruses, software corruption, natural disasters, and human error — your unprotected data is living on borrowed time.
The ramifications of a major data loss are so great that most companies that have the misfortune to experience it don’t survive more than six months.
Different types of backup
Some people backup their personal data—like music or photos—on CDs or external hard drives. But portable media used for backup are prone to failure, can be lost or stolen, and are difficult to organize and store. Plus, restoring your files can be a difficult and cumbersome process.
A business needs a much more secure method and a more scalable solution.
Some companies have an onsite server room. But those require a hefty investment—not to mention the staff to maintain them. The capital and expertise required for onsite data storage are beyond the technical and financial capacity of most small and medium businesses. With onsite backup solutions whether to tape and other portable media the backup should be encrypted for privacy concerns. And it still doesn’t solve the problem of potential theft, damage, or natural disaster.
Online Backup Is Secure, Fast, and Inexpensive
With online backup, you can preserve and restore all of your files in a secure, offsite environment without a major capital investment. We even manage the setup and the maintenance for you, so you can concentrate on your business.
If you do experience a data disaster—for example, if your computer suddenly crashes—you’ll be able to quickly restore your files over the Internet. Of course based on your internet speed.
Online backup works both automatically and continuously, backing up files as you change them. Even if you accidentally delete a file, our system automatically saves a copy of it for you. By cutting out manual steps, we remove the possibility of human error and equipment failure. In addition, our software is compliant with stringent healthcare industry data standards, so you know your data is both safe and secure.
Our online backup solution offers the crucial protection you need to ensure the continuity of your business. Don’t leave your most valuable business assets vulnerable for another day.