Keeping a backup of your data offsite in the cloud, means it's safe from any emergency which could hit your premises including fire, flood, or theft of hardware.
In addition, with a continuous configuration if the system becomes infected with a virus or Trojan, or a file becomes mutilated or corrupted and the problem is not discovered until some time later, it is possible to recover the most recent clean copy of the affected file.
Your entire system will be backed up at regular intervals, which means that should the very worst happen and your network becomes compromised, it will take hours rather than days to get you up and running again.
Your dedicated engineer will manually check your backups on a daily basis, logging and fixing any issues they might find before you even become aware of them. You can be safe in the knowledge that if your backup hasn't been taken for some reason, it won't be left!
Your data is stored using 256-bit encryption, which is one of the most secure encryption levels available. All data is also stored in our UK-based data center situated in Bournemouth - perfect for ensuring you're adhering to GDPR regulations.
Disaster recovery backups take a full duplicate of everything including data, settings, software, and even the operating system. In the event of a major problem everything can be restored, vastly reducing downtime and business disruption.
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We act as an extension to your business, not just fixing problems with reactive break-fix support, but proactively monitoring and advising on the development of your IT in line with your business goals, all for a fixed monthly cost.
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