Disaster Recovery

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Protecting data and systems

Protect your business against unknown risks with frequent backups of your entire business infrastructure.

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Backup copies of data in case of failure

Keep your data safe in case of failure with regular snapshots and backups of your entire system.

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Recreate IT infrastructure on the fly

If disaster strikes, recover your data, servers, desktops, and the entire infrastructure to a virtual environment in seconds.

Your business data is worth protection. Isn’t it?

Businesses lose huge amounts of data to disasters every year. And while the majority of SMB owners know that experiencing a flood or other natural disaster is rare, huge data loss is oftentimes a result of smaller problems. A power surge, a coffee spill on a hard drive or an accidentally dropped computer can all cause physical damage to your hardware.

 

If this happens to you, what do you do? Can your business cope if you permanently lose all your data? Are you prepared? What happens to the digital side of your business if something goes badly wrong? Can you recover everything you need to reconstitute your business systems and databases quickly, efficiently and easily, or would you be left exposed? Disaster recovery is an essential part of your backup toolkit, and it deserves your full attention.

Hosted Backup

You don’t want to lose so much as a tiny fraction of the business critical data you store on a regular basis. That way disaster lies. But backing everything up the traditional way, using old-school external hard drives and tapes – takes time and focus. Worse still, your backup hardware can be corrupted through human error, fires, floods and theft.


You need hosted backup, where your data is kept safe in the cloud, off-site, protected in high-security data centres. Whether you want to back up multiple servers, PCs or Macs, you know for sure every bit of data, every system and every application can be securely recovered. Anything less leaves you vulnerable.

Hosted Server

A hosted server is simply a server off premises, where you lease an entire server not shared with anyone else or pay for a share of a hosted server along with other businesses. Hosted server environments are perfect when you need the full range of security, safety, infrastructure and resources but you don’t want to maintain it all yourself. When you choose a dedicated hosted server, your data is ring fenced and impregnable. And you can choose to either manage your own environment or find an expert to manage your private cloud for you.

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Hosted Email

Hosted email and web filtering services use their on email servers, providing a premium service. The email provider manages everything, which means you don’t have to. And you can access your messages from more or less anywhere using either webmail, a smartphone or an email client. Best of all, hosted email means you don’t have any in-house email servers to maintain and manage.

Hosted Exchange

Hosted Exchange is where a supplier makes a Microsoft e-mail box and space available on a server, where clients like you host their data. The hosted exchange provider manages the data for you, which means you don’t need to, saving time and hassle. The best services operate your email server so you don’t have to. Their infrastructure and systems mean they provide rich email, mobility, collaboration and messaging services, all under one roof, all secure and safe.