Are Your Prepared? Don’t Lose Your Data…
Businesses rely heavily on their data; losing it can have disastrous consequences. There is a difference between backup services and disaster recovery strategies to help you protect your valuable information.
What’s the difference BETWEEN Backup and Disaster Recovery Services
The Importance of Backup and Disaster Recovery Services
Data loss can have serious consequences for businesses, including loss of revenue, customers, and even reputation. With a backup and disaster recovery plan, organizations can minimize these risks and protect their critical data.
Data Loss Statistics
Recent studies show that without backup and recovery planning, 60% of businesses that experience a devastating data loss incident are at greater risk of failure within six months of the event.
Impact of Data Loss
Data loss can cause significant business disruption, loss of productivity, loss of customers, reduce brand integrity/trust, and financial impact.
A solid backup and disaster recovery plan can help reduce downtime, minimize data loss, and increase overall business resilience.
WHEN SHOULD YOU USE Backup and Disaster Recovery Services?
Keep Your Data Safe with Continuous Data Protection
Turn to Colohouse for the utmost in safety and data protection. As a licensed partner of R1Soft, the industry’s leading experts in data protection technology, your data is in the right hands 24 hours per day, 7 days per week.
The Colohouse Internet Backup service employs the R1Soft cutting-edge CDP (continuous data protection®) technology for point-in-time backup snapshots of your data. There is continuous incremental backup of your data for mission-critical applications. Increments can be set in 5-10 minute intervals for greatest control.
- Web Interface
- Email Reporting
- Linux & Windows Supported
- Granular File Includes/Excludes
- Bare Metal Recovery (BMR)
- Restore To Alternate Locations
- Seamless cPanel Integration
The Advantages of R1Soft Continuous Data Protection (CDP)
CDP protects disk volume data using replication and synchronization over the network storing point-in-time snap shots in disk-based storage. The technology works by reading hard disk volumes at the sector level, bypassing the file system for the ultimate in performance and recovery. This disk sector synchronization is performed while the server is online and provides no interruption to other I/O requests even on a busy server. By reading the disk at the lowest possible level, point-in-time recovery images contain your files and all the formatting, partition tables, and volume configuration needed for complete and instant disaster recovery.