Off-shore Backup

Off-shore Backup to Secure your Data.

Nothing protects your data better than storing it overseas in an offshore location. To eliminate the risk of losing your data, we have a devised a secured backup solution that ensures the privacy and security of your data. As our servers are located in the Netherlands, we have the physical and legal advantage of providing better protection than other hosting providers.

We use our world-class data centers to provide online data backup and recovery solutions to businesses. With Online Backup, your data is automatically backed up over the internet to one of our highly secure datacenters. Throughout a backup, you can remotely monitor and manage processes from your web browser using the easy-to-use Online Backup interface.

Every organization knows backing up their data is extremely important. However, we still hear about companies losing their data and facing serious consequences. How do these companies lose all their data when they have a backup in place? The problem is different backup tools vary in reliability and often the best solutions involve using multiple backup options. We’ve provided some of the most common backup errors your firm may be committing.

The number one cause of data loss is human error. Staff may forget to start the backup before they leave for the night or one of your staff left the backup tapes in their car that was stolen. To mitigate human error ensure your staff receive regular training and introduce checks and balances that will aid in minimizing error.  If you’re not checking your backup regularly, you may reach to the backup in an emergency and find the data is corrupt. You need to ensure backups work for you when you need them.

Backups can take a long time, to speed things up, organizations often backup only the most important information. The problem is, people may have differing opinions on what data is important and data once thought to be irrelevant may at some point become important due to circumstances.  This may also have legal implications if your organization must comply with an industry standard for data retention.

Yes, you’ve got a backup but you only have one. Your backup could be easily destroyed if you had a fire, flood, or if a theft occurred. Having more than one backup copy helps ensure that if your hardware fails or is destroyed your firm still has the data.  The only real solution to keeping your data safe is having multiple backup solutions or trusting a managed service provider to maintain your backup for you. Using a managed service provider that offers disaster recovery and backup is the best option to ensure your data is safe and there when you need it.