What to backup?
What is vital to keeping your business up and running? Make sure your financial and customer records, tax and sales information is all being backed up, and use encryption to protect critical business data that keeps your business working.
Went to backup?
The best time to backup your data is now, because data continuously change. Continuous backup is great for computers with users working on files throughout the day.
Why cloud backup solutions?
Big organizations know the need to protect their data, but those with limited IT staff would prefer to focus their time on more strategic projects central to the business. They don’t have enough time to monitor the progress of manual backups, review logs, and troubleshoot problems.
Cloud backup solutions enable a completely automated backup of server data to an offsite location and helps to:
- Limit manual chores of IT staff
- Provide web-based tools for IT to manage and monitor all aspects of their server data protection
- Remove the burden of managing both a backup infrastructure and data protection process
- Have simpler budgeting and predictable monthly subscription
Cloud backup has no costs for software, backup hardware, maintenance, or media with cloud backup. It is offered as managed services with 24×7 coverage, proactive monitoring of data, and instant scalability.
How often to test internal backups? Can the data fully recover?
Data protection is not a single activity or a one-time event. It is a complex workflow of interconnected processes that extend far beyond simple onsite backup.
Cloud backup solutions address this problem by automatically transmitting changes in files and databases to a secure, off-site facility for more continuous backup. The best cloud server backup solutions can protect recently changed files that are closed, yet capture changes in open files and databases, which can represent some important enterprise data. In addition, they provide guaranteed recovery in their Service Level Agreements (SLAs).
This kind of “hands off, lights out” comprehensive and continuous backup means that, in the event of a disruption or disaster, data can be restored from a point in time just moments before the interruption, rather than from the previous evening (or earlier). It is able to meet *Recovery Point Objectives and reduces the cost of downtime. *The recovery point objective (RPO) is the age of files that must be recovered from backup storage for normal operations to resume if a computer, system or network goes down as a result of a hardware, program or communications failure.
If you are a business owner or an individual searching for the best backup solution, CloudBacko Go offers cost-efficient, premium services to help keep your business secure. Try it for free.