A large percentage of businesses that lose critical data wind up going out of business. Your business data can be destroyed or lost as a result of malware, viruses, ransomware, hacking, employee theft, human error, tampering or espionage. Your data also faces physical threats such as failed equipment, corrupted hard drives, fires, floods, earthquakes, or severe storms.
With so many threats to your data, and the serious consequences from data loss, it’s clear that a disaster recovery plan is critical to your company’s survival.
Recovery starts with a good solid backup plan. Depending on your situation, hourly, daily, weekly and monthly backups should be performed with a retention plan matching your needs. Local backups are the first line of defense in case of lost data. But local backups are not enough in the case of a physical threat that could destroy them. Cloud backups need to be included in the backup and disaster recovery plan. All backups should be encrypted for privacy and to prevent tampering and data breaches.
Our backup solution allows for both local and cloud backups. Most importantly, our cloud backup is stored on Canadian servers to ensure compliance with Canada laws.
In case of data loss, our solution allows the user to restore single or multiple files, directories, databases, or entire machines from bare metal. Files may be restored to the existing system, or downloaded to another. It’s also possible to run a cloud VM instance of the backup for instant access.
Don’t be a victim to data loss. Create and maintain a complete backup and recovery plan using Canada Cloud Backup as part of your solution.