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It's not a question of if your computer's hard drive will fail, it's a question of when it will fail!  Flood, Fire...  Are you prepared?

What is Online Backup

If nothing else, think about a natural disaster (such as flood or fire) and having your vital business data stored securely off-site at a safe location.  Online Backup (also known as Internet backup) is the process of backing up of your files online.  Unlike traditional forms of backup, which require you to have a physical medium on which to store your backup files, such as a floppy disk (now considered obsolete due to its small capacity), CD/DVD-R media, USB flash drive or external hard drive, internet backup is done completely online.  You upload (backup) your files to secure online server, then download (restore) them at any time that you desire.  It functions as an extra drive on your computer without actually being physically connected to your computer.


Why you need to backup your data

Yes, your hard drive will fail someday!  The hard drive located in your computer or server is a mechanical device that spins constantly and is certain to wear out.  Most manufacturers actually measure the estimated life span of a hard drive with a calculation known as MTBF (Mean Time Between Failures).  All you can do is to be ready when it does fail by having a backup copy of all your important files saved away from your computer or server.  Once the failed drive has been replaced, the files that were previously backed up can then be restored.  This allows you to be up and running in a matter of minutes instead of days or weeks attempting to recreate your data.  Online Backup is also a giant step toward business continuity and disaster recovery planning.

Benefits of using this feature

With any business "time is money".  Loss of data or business operation down-time is never an option!  To protect valuable information, your data should be 'backed-up' on a regular basis.  As mentioned before, this will ensure that your files can be quickly restored, and systems fully operational as quickly as possible.  Using our Online Backup services will also save you time and eliminate the responsibility of changing/rotating  backup media, taking this media off-site on a regular basis, and periodically testing that media to ensure your data is truly being backed-up.  All backup profiles can be scheduled to run automatically, or can be run manually at any time you choose.  We monitor all client backups, and we will notify you immediately of any problems that may occur during the backup process.  You also have the option to receive e-mail alerts for the status of each backup.  A log file which contains detailed information of the entire backup can optionally be sent as an e-mail attachment.

Getting started

Try our services absolutely free for the first 30 days!  Determine what files you would like to backup, and calculate the amount of space they currently occupy.  If you are unsure of how to accomplish this, please give us a call and we will be happy to assist you.  Once this figure has been obtained, simply review the chart below for pricing information.  When you are ready to proceed, contact us and a support technician will setup your new account.  We will then guide you through the entire online  backup process, and answer any questions you may have.  During the 30-Day trial period you can evaluate our services at no charge and with no obligation.  If you choose to continue our services past the trial period, we offer flexible  payment options, and you have the option to cancel at any time.

If you have any questions, or to start your free trial, please call:

(516) 293-0124

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