A backup, or backup process, is the action of copying or archiving computer data so that it can be used to restore the original data in the event of data loss. Data loss can occur from accidental loss, database corruption, natural disaster or ransomware, to name just a few causes.
When needed these data copies are then restored to either the original or an alternate location where they can be used in place of the lost or damaged data.
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We have partnered with Veeam®, a centralised data protection platform for physical, virtual and multicloud workloads. Veeam® can backup all of your data, whether it is stored physically, virtually or on a cloud based subscription (such as Office365).
Veeam® delivers built-in end-to-end AES 256-bit encryption, giving you the ability to encrypt backup files and data at source (during backup), in flight and at rest.
All of our backup solutions integrate into our remote monitoring platform which means we can inform you immediately if a problem arises.