Cloud Backup Solutions

Cloud backup solutions enable enterprises or individuals to store their data and computer files on the Internet using a storage service provider, rather than storing the data locally on a physical disk, such as a hard drive or tape backup.

Backup providers enable customers to remotely access the service using a secure client log in application to back up files from the customer’s computers or data center to the online storage server using an encrypted connection.

Cloud backup may also be referred to as online backup or online storage.

How to Restore a Cloud Backup

To update or restore a cloud backup, customers need to use the service provider’s specific client application or a Web browser interface. Files and data can be automatically saved to the cloud backup service on a regular, scheduled basis, or the information can be automatically backed up anytime changes are made (also known as a “cloud sync”).

Enterprise-Grade Cloud Backup

For enterprises, enterprise-grade cloud backup solutions are available that typically add essential features such as archiving and disaster recovery.

Archiving features help to satisfy an enterprise’s legal requirements for data retention, and as part of a company’s disaster recovery plan, the remote, off-site storage provided by cloud backup helps ensure the data remains safe should the enterprise’s local data be jeopardized by a disaster such as a fire, flood, hacker attack or employee theft.

Why Do You Need Cloud Backup?

Great access

Get your files from anywhere that you have an internet connection.

Better protection

Isolate your data from local device failure, malware attack or natural disasters.

Less downtime

Ensure you can quickly restore your system so you get back up and running.