Backup Your Data
One Day It could Save your Business
Unexpected downtime and data loss costs your business valuable time and money.
Whether you’re confronted with a phishing attack or ransomware, or an app you need suddenly crashes – having a backup of your data, applications, and systems ensures you can recover quickly and get back to work.
Any interruption to your business can be costly. In IT, we call it “downtime”. And downtime can be a big problem for a small-to-medium business – closing off part or all of your operations and losing you money every minute that you’re down. In fact, once you’ve added up lost business, lost productivity, and lost reputation, a single hour of downtime costs $84,650 on average.
Secure Your Data With Backup Services
Get the Right Tools, Processes, and Expert Assistance to Manage and Protect Your Data Now!
There is good news though. With modern backup and recovery technology and processes, your business can avoid data loss arising from malware attacks, human error, and everything in between. And, if you do lose access to some of your business data you can recover it in a matter of minutes – keeping your business running without any interruption.
We have partnered with Acronis to Provide BaaS . This Backup-as-a-Service (BaaS) offering is a comprehensive solution that aims to safeguard and protect your valuable data, ensuring uninterrupted business operations and peace of mind. With our BaaS, you can trust our experienced team to handle your data backup and recovery needs, allowing you to focus on your core business activities without the worry of data loss or system failures.
Our Reliable Data Backup Service Features
Our BaaS solution offers automated and scheduled backups, eliminating the need for manual intervention. We establish a backup schedule that aligns with your business requirements, ensuring regular data backups without disrupting your operations.
Our new guide tells you all you need to know about backup
Backing up your data is one of the strongest precautions you can take. Set it up properly and make it part of your routine to check that it’s working. Because one day your backup could save your business.
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