What is your backup strategy in case of theft or natural disaster?
on-site backup enough?
Do not rely on
local backup devices. Tape backups are not reliable and hard drives
could crash any day. Laptops might be stolen and natural disasters
can wipe out even the most reliable local backup systems along with
the stored data.
is the most reliable choice to store and protect valuable data for
any size of business.
How it works:
backup service is delivered through a software program installed on
a server or workstation. At each backup interval, the backup agent
fires off and backs up selected files and folders to a global
network of our backup servers hosted in various datacenters around
the US for maximum data protection. Data is compressed using a
proprietary compression technique that ensures only the changes made
to files are sent over the network, dramatically reducing bandwidth
agent can also be set up to intelligently watch particular folders
and to either backup all the files in that folder or just a subset
of them. For example you can easily define a filter that says “Only
backup the word documents in My Documents folder”. Simple yet
comes, like virus attack, a failed hard-disk, a stolen computer or a
corrupted local backup system, offsite backup is there to save the
client who can simply initiate the data recovery process within the
software program. Just enter the username and password, select the
file(s) to recover, and clicks “restore file(s)”. The offsite backup
system also keeps an archive of every daily version of the file,
making it possible to get a previous version of any document easily.
backup system ensures complete privacy protection. It uses a
three-tiered encryption system which encrypts data on the user’s
computer, again in transit, and finally when at rest in storage. The
user’s decryption password is not stored in our systems so that not
even the our programmers can view the data stored on the backup
servers. Only the user can ever access the data. This stands in
contrast to most other online backup systems, where data is neither
encrypted on your client, nor stored as encrypted data.
also provide a very easy yet secure way to share files. Just select
a file or group of files and send a share notification email to
another user, The file sharing process allows a certain user to
access the shared files for a limited time.