Maybe doing a cloud backup of your company data is not really on your radar? Even if you think you will never need one, the IT threats of today have become so intelligent that it makes backup more relevant than ever. There is a huge diversity when it comes to cloud backup solutions, and we hereby give you our word that you can find one that works for you. This blog post describes some of the most common business solutions.
What is backed up, when is it backed up and how is it backed up? The thing is that backup can be tailored from down to singling out one CPU, mail data, servers and up to complete infrastructures.
Let’s look at an example: The type of backup required for your regular file server could be very different from the type required for a financial server supporting databases, and you could be looking at using more than one kind of backup. With servers, having a backup procedure in place is crucial and that can be a big job. Using a cloud server will get you on the fast track to easily fixing the situation.
What matters is that you get a cloud backup that meets your requirements and secures the future of your company. The problem is that a lot of people don’t realize the importance of a backup until it is too late. Read more about our cloud backup.
Microsoft 365 backup
Before everyone started using Microsoft 365, they knew they had backup, because exchange servers, or other kinds of mail servers, all had a built-in backup. If anything was lost, it could be restored from the backup.
Today, most companies use M365 because it offers easy access, efficiency, and user-friendly platform. The consequence is that there is a missing link because a backup is not an integrated feature in M365. We all rely on Microsoft being on top of our data, but Microsoft has disclaimed all responsibility regarding backup and placed it with their customers. So, in short: Having a backup of all M365 is more important than ever before. Read more about our Microsoft 365 backup.
NAS cloud backup
A lot of companies have a NAS around that provides fast access to their network data or works as an archive or even as a remote backup unit. But will someone keep in mind to do a backup of the NAS? Because moving your files to a NAS is just that: Moving – not replicating. If your files only exist in 1 location, you need a backup.
And one more thing: Hardware doesn’t last forever, so do your backup, before it is too late. Cloud backup is a very easy fix to that challenge and Object Storage is a solution that completely secures your data.
A different option would be to back up your complete IT environment or, more precisely, to make sure that your servers replicate to the cloud and that your entire IT environment has been set up in the replication environment. Our Disaster Recovery as a Service gets you running again after a breakdown either almost or fully without interruptions or changes. Find out more about what DRaaS is and how it works.
Or are you simply looking for something not mentioned here? That doesn’t mean our highly skilled backup experts can’t get you where you want to be. Please don’t hesitate to get in touch with us to find out more. With our more than 20 years in the IT business, you and your business are in very good hands.