Disaster Recovery and Data Backup
Understanding the requirements of disaster recovery and backup is critical for reduce the impact of random downtime on your business. Across organizations of industries recognize that downtime can rapidly result in lost revenue. Unfortunately, human error, natural disasters, security break and ransomware attacks can all threaten the availability of IT resources. Any downtime can alarm customer interactions, sap employee productivity, destroy data and stop business processes.
IT EXPERTISE FOR YOUR BUSINESS
Enabling you to run your business smoothly and securely by doing the backup of your data.
At some point, all computer hardware fails. It is a fact of life. Whether it’s from age or accident, data loss is inevitable when hardware fails and it can cripple an server message block in a second and destroy profits just as easily. This is the reason an effective backup and disaster recovery (BDR) is essential to virtually every business today.
BDR is a combination of data backup and disaster recovery solutions that work cohesively to ensure a company’s business continuity. The current BDR arrangements give secure, quick, checked and constant reinforcement and fast data reclamation through cloud based architecture. BDR is an old hat for IT service provider. 360technologyhub has marketed it in the same way for years by hunting on people’s fear. Honestly, small disasters that cost organizations the most, not the major one. Suppose if a server goes down, an unknown virus starts to infect CEO’s computer or an employee accidently deletes important files. It’s a huge risk, to make this more comfortable for clients communication there should be a disaster recovery backup, And we take care of that completely.
Need for backup in cloud computing
We found that cloud is capable enough to store huge amount of data of various different clients with complete security such that Internet Service Provider (ISP) provides a huge storage in cloud to the users.
Remote data back-up Server
This service should cover following issues
- Privacy and ownership
- Relocation of servers to the cloud
- Data security
- Cost effectiveness
- Appropriate timing