Remote Backup & Disaster Recovery
Our Remote Backup and Recovery is an online backup service that allows you to backup your valuable computer data over the Internet. Remote Backup and Recovery automates the process of backing up your data offsite. Backups begin automatically and your data is sent to and stored in two redundant storage facilities located hundreds of miles apart. Your data is encrypted, and always remains encrypted using a unique 256 bit encryption key that only you have.
Whether your computers store data for your business such as customer records or personal data such as digital pictures of your family, protecting your data from the unexpected is vital. With Remote Backup and Recovery, once we set up your backups, they run automatically.
By now, you probably understand the importance of protecting your data. While virus software, firewalls, and other security measures are all a vital component of proper computer and network maintenance, the only way to ensure that your data will always be safe, is to back it up.
Traditional methods of backup include tapes, CDs and DVDs, ZIP drives and floppies. All of these methods have significant disadvantages. Backups are generally not automatic and even more importantly, someone has to physically transfer the media offsite where it must be stored in a safe place.
Fortunately, Internet technology has now allowed a vastly superior method of backing up: online backup. Online Backup (sometimes also referred to as remote backup) has considerable advantages over other backup methods.
The Remote Backup and Recovery service contains many powerful yet simple to use features. Using Disaster Recovery gives you backup tools previously enjoyed only by Fortune 500 companies, but with an interface designed for anyone to be able to use. Following are just a handful of the ways that you or your business benefits from using the Disaster Recovery online backup service.
Security & Encryption: With Disaster Recovery, your data is always safe. Your files are encrypted using state-of-the-art, 256 bit AES encryption and stored in redundant, secure data centers located hundreds of miles apart from each other.
Compression: Disaster Recovery uses maximum compression technology to ensure that both your bandwidth and storage usage are minimized.
Backup Sets: Setting up your backups is easy. Choose what to backup by folders or by file types. And with unlimited backup sets, Disaster Recovery allows you complete control over your backups.
Unlimited Revisions: Do you have certain files that you constantly update? Ever wish you could go back to last Monday's version? With Disaster Recovery, you can store an unlimited number of versions of the same file. And with advanced revision rules, managing your revisions is easy.
Restore Files 24/7: Backed up data is useless if it can't be stored quickly and easily. With Disaster Recovery, restoring files can be accomplished at anytime with just a few clicks of the mouse.
Logs & Reports: How do you know your backups really worked? Disaster Recovery's logs and reports let you know what was backed up, when it was backed up, and how much storage space you are using. If you want even more assurances, you have the option to receive automated email notifications on every successful backup.
Multiple Computers: Need to backup more than one computer or more than one office? With all Disaster Recovery pricing plans, you have the ability to backup multiple computers within one main account for easy account maintenance. Disaster Recovery also allows you to backup mapped drives.
Microsoft Exchange & SQL Server Support: Disaster Recovery gives you the power to backup your critical Microsoft Exchange and Microsoft SQL Databases.
Additional Plugins: In addition to the plugins for backing up Microsoft Exchange and Microsoft SQL databases, Disaster Recovery offers a free plugin that lets you backup your Microsoft Outlook .pst file as well as the free Microsoft BackupNow! plugin which lets you backup the files you are working on directly from the Microsoft Office application.
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