No business can afford the data loss or downtime of a disaster, but for you, the stakes are even higher, because this is your business. You need an enterprise-class backup and disaster recovery solution that’s easy to use and that you can rely on no matter what kind of disaster comes your way.
So what can the StorageCraft Recover-Ability solution do for you? Let’s find out.
Backup your Complete IT Environment
Get reliable, pristine backup images of every Windows machine in your organization regardless of whether it’s a server, a desktop/laptop, or a more specialized application server, like a SQL or Exchange. Save them locally and remotely.
Virtualize your backup images on the fly, even in our cloud, to keep operations running while you’re waiting for new hardware. Or pre-stage your recovery in a virtual machine so you recover with a click of a button.
Recover From Any Disaster
Easily maintain copies of all your backup images in multiple locations, including locally and in our cloud, to prepare for any disaster, large or small. Recover quickly from those images regardless of your hardware.
Monitor Your Defenses
Keep an eye on your backups on every machine. Get alerts when a backup doesn’t happen, a machine is running out of storage space, or when any of a number of conditions is met.
Manage Your Storage Space
Make the most of your storage by setting customizable retention and consolidation rules for older backups. Keep old ones as archives and still have room for current data.
Take Control of Your Data
Launch any backup image as a virtual machine to safely test new software, access legacy applications, or bypass trouble on your physical machine.
Method A: Network Solution
Back up the data from all computers to an online storage service such as DropBox and use the ShadowProtect app to maintain the backup solutions to all computers.
This propose method works BEST if the location have regular access to enough upstream bandwidth.
Method B: Local Solution
Set up A NAS system with the fastest, most capacious external hard drive to create a system image recovery NAS drive with setting on every 15min Backup to the hard drive.
Method C: Local Solution integrate Network Solution
A combination of both Method A and Method B will protect 99 percent of computers 99 percent of the time.
To lower the risk of data loss, we recommend must have three copies of your important data: the original, a backup of the original, and a backup of the backup.
The secondary and third Backup copies should be in different locations: Ideally, one on local NAS premises for super fast restores and recovery and the other one off-site where it isn’t subject to the same physical threats or disaster threats where business continuity is important in any organization.