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Stay resilient in the face of any threat. Accidental deletion, data corruption and hardware failures can all result in contaminated data. Or even worse - irrecoverable data loss.

Lean how to implement a strong disaster recovery plan with scalable infrastructure, high availability, and compliance with data compliance standards. By employing incremental and differential backup methods, our system integrates seamlessly with your data integration processes, with data 'mirroring' for enhanced security.

Reduce the daily threat of downtime and data loss with BaaS and DRaaS solutions. Discover how our off-site backup and disaster recovery solutions can make sure your most critical data stays safe and is recoverable.



    Not all businesses are going to have the same IT infrastructure, but one thing all businesses should have in common, is a robust data backup strategy. 

    What makes BaaS the best back up technology?


    BaaS has certain advantages over other backup methods. The first is its resiliency. With BaaS, your data is storied in multiple locations, reducing the risk of data loss in the event of hardware failures or disasters affecting one location. Additionally, technology is always changing and evolving. You have to keep your backup hardware and software current with these changes if you run your backup system yourself. With BaaS, that becomes the responsibility of your service provider, leaving you to focus on achieving your business goals.

    How secure is BaaS?

    Backup as a Service is designed with security in mind. Organisations that send their data off-site need to know that it will be safe. This safety comes from four levels: in transit, in storage, in access control and in system redundancy.

    Your provider will provide testing to ensure your data is easily recoverable and secure creating mirrors for enhanced security.

    Public Cloud or Private Cloud?


    We know you need to understand exactly how and where your critical data is being stored and how to access it.

    Examples of Public Cloud include GoogleDrive, Dropbox and Onedrive. They are available to everyone but the drawback to this is that the service cannot have customised access to security features. 

    Whereas Private Cloud can be tailored to the specific customer or application. While this is a paid-for service, it offers online storage to businesses under specific agreements with tailored SLAs. 

    The type of cloud you go for is dependant on your business needs and requirements but your provider can help you understand these.

    How does BaaS and DRaaS benefit IT Departments?

    DRaaS and BaaS take a significant burden off your IT Teams.

    Say goodbye to late nights handling manual tasks like changing backup tapes and waiting to see if the backup has completed successfully.  BaaS reduces the workload on your IT staff by automating backups. They run several times a day without inconveniencing users or interrupting their day-to-day activities meaning more time to focus on what is important to your team and business.


    Break free from data recovery disaster with Backup as a Service

    Reduce threats and boost your business resilience! As your business thrives and grows, protecting your data becomes an increasingly important part of ensuring it's continuing success. Implementing a thorough data backup strategy is important to protect your business data from both unintentional loss and malicious threats.

    Learn exactly why BaaS and DRaaS are essential for business continuity and check out our handbook below.

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