Backing up data is one of the most important aspects of today’s businesses.
Carbonelle offers both onsite & offsite backup and customise disaster recovery solutions to cater to the needs of your business. These methods allow for the efficient recovering and retrieval of your data within a much shorter time frame.
Having regular backups ensure that regardless of your current security strategy, you have secure and clean data to keep your business running in the case of data loss, a hack attack or even a natural disaster.
The traditional onsite backup solutions (disks, tapes, appliances, replication) safeguards your business data in a centralised location, making it easy to access.
In addition to the onsite backups, as a managed service provider we also offer cloud backup solutions to provide greater data protection for your business. Cloud backup solutions provide the flexibility where minimal to none human intervention is required. Our cloud backup data centres are equipped with high-level 256 bit encryption and are all Australia based.
Benefits of offsite backup
Protection from natural disaster
Greater protection from Spyware infection
No extra hardware required
Protection from theft
Benefits of onsite backup
Economical to run
High speed and secure
Easy to access data
Storage space is not an issue
Test restore can be performed at any time
In the event of a breach, natural disaster or other unforeseeable events, data must be protected and business must go on. Perceived and unforeseen threats to operations are a continual concern to business owners. The continued operations of a company depend on the ability for the business to replicate their IT systems and data.
Disaster recovery involves planning for and adapting to a potential disaster with a plan in place which will restore operations while minimizing the long-term negative impact on the company. Carbonelle will do our best to ensure minimum downtime to keep your business up and running through interruptions of any kind,including power failures, IT system crashes and natural disasters.
Since all of the risks cannot be eliminated, we suggest having multiple backups of your data, both onsite and offsite.