What is Cloud Backup?
Cloud backup is a service in which the data and applications on a business’s servers are backed up and stored on a remote server. Businesses opt to back up to the cloud to keep files and data readily available in the event of a system failure, outage or natural disaster. Cloud backup for business operates by copying and storing your server’s files to a server in a different physical location. A business can back up some or all server files, depending on its preference.
Why you need iNETBackup?
Customers typically back up and restore their data and apps using a web browser or a service provider’s control panel. Cloud server backup is a necessity for many organizations today because they store most or all of their business-critical data and applications on cloud servers.
How Can iNETBackup System Help?
iNETKO Solutions offers a host of user-friendly cloud backup options. Our INETBACKUP cloud storage is provided as a per-month service with no long-term contract. Our cloud backup solutions feature:
Customers can schedule, manage and restore their data and apps via our easy-to-use iNETBACKUP Control Panel.
Our block-level compression and reduplication can cut your storage costs by as much as 95 percent compared to uncompressed backups. To further reduce your overall storage costs, all backups after the first one are incremental backups.
We use enterprise-grade encryption to secure your data before it leaves the server, and it stays encrypted while being stored. Only one party knows the encrypted data’s passphrase – you.
All file-level backups are written to three different storage disks, all of which are located on separate nodes or locations that are supported by dual power supplies.
Choose to restore an entire system, specific files and folders from a given time period or restore data to a different server.
Business owners, we’ve got you covered!
For most of today’s small businesses, your data IS your business. iNETBackup protects your data from natural disasters, ransomware attacks, coffee spills, and even that employee that quits and deletes the team folder on the way out.
Data protection is the primary foundation of a business continuity plan. Organizations must implement a data protection strategy that appropriately manages risk in order to minimize potential downtime.
Data protection should include user data, critical databases, applications and operating systems on servers and workstations across the organization. Local and offsite backup policies are advised for increased speed of backup/recovery executions, and further redundancy.