Enterprise backup is the perfect solution for organisations with multiple servers, multi-sites and a large data footprint. It utilises your existing IT infrastructure allowing your data to stay within your organisation’s IT framework. It allows for fast data restoration regardless of size – from single files to entire company-wide systems.
We provide specialist Enterprise hardware, designed to provide the speed and reliability a commercial business setup demands, to develop an on-site server that takes backups of whole systems and individual files at regular intervals. These can be defined by your IT department – from hourly backups for finance departments to monthly backups of customer records.
These backups are stored in either a single or multi-location on-site server solution, and can be restored anywhere across the business, whether this is companywide system recovery or restoring files for a given location’s network, and even individual systems.
We can work closely with your business’s internal IT department to ensure a completely tailored solution – from backup frequency and storage parameters through to every individual piece of enterprise hardware to use. This ensures a solution that fits around your business, the systems you use and the kind of data you need to backup, rather than trying to use a ‘one-size-fits-all’ approach.
Your backups can be made in real time, with specific files or directories (as well as update frequency) determined by your personnel. The system we develop for you is fully monitored and configured by us, allowing for necessary changes to be made.
We also pride ourselves on always providing enterprise backup solutions that are developed by our team; we don’t re-package or simply re-sell another developer’s product or solution, so you can be confident you’re always getting a direct approach.
Unlimited support is available from the Backup Systems team at no extra cost to your ongoing annual retainer; there’s no limited to the number of times you can call us for assistance in changing backup parameters or restoring backed up files/images.