Backup and Disaster Recovery


Endpoint Backup

The Endpoint Backup Agent is the application installed on the computer that is responsible for securely transmitting data between the device on which the application is installed and the Endpoint Backup service. It runs silently in the background, ensuring that your data is securely backed up whenever a file is added or changed. The agent also allows you to customize which folders are backed up, monitor backup progress, and access the Endpoint Backup Portal.

Is My Information Safe?

We pride ourselves on our security. In addition to our dedicated geo-redundant data centers, our service includes a wide variety of security features including data encryption, administrative account management, detailed reporting, and much more.


Disaster Recovery (The 3-2-1 Backup Rule)

The simplest way to remember how to back up your data safely is to use the 3-2-1 rule.

- We recommend keeping 3 copies of any important file (a primary and two backups)
- We recommend having the files on 2 different storage types (such as NAS storage and external hard drives)
- 1 copy should be stored offsite (or at least offline).

Business owners are well aware of the necessity of backing up their data. If you have ever experienced a data loss, you certainly recognize its value. Regardless of the hardware you use to backup your data, the costs of these devices are well worth the investment. Even so, data loss still equals significant downtime, as you wait for the data to be restored. Our rock-solid solutions not only back up your data as frequent as every 15 minutes, but in the occurrence of a server failure, it takes on the role of the failed server while continuing to perform backups. Don't consider it as simply a data backup solution, but as a business continuity solution.

Benefits



- Copies of all your backup images can be pushed to multiple locations, to prepare for any disaster, large or small. Recover quickly from those images regardless of your hardware.
- Our backup device employs a unique method for maximizing point-in-time backup images while minimizing storage consumption. This method can store more point-in-time histories in substantially less storage space.
- When you're dealing with Terabytes of storage, restoring a failed system using traditional methods can take days. However, our backup appliance lets us quickly recreate your failed system in a VM while you rebuild the failed system. Users have full access to the system during this time, with only a brief downtime to cut-over to the new system once it is ready. Downtime drops from days to just minutes.
- Our backup device backs up data every 15 minutes meaning no file can go missing.
- Netlayer takes over the complete management of your backup appliance, leave the Monitoring and Management of your backups to us.

Suggestions

- Include managed IT services with this solution.