Managed Backups

Never Worry About Your Data Again

Did you know that 60% of companies that lose their data will shut down within 6 months of the disaster?  And 6% of all computers will suffer data loss in any given year.  

These are just some of the scary statistics that are relevant to businesses not backing up computers and servers.  

Stop us if you heard this before.  

A business has a server.  Backup is set to an external hard drive.  All seems well in the business world.  Then one day the office has a fire.  Both the server and local backup are destroyed in the fire.  All the data is lost.  

It doesn’t even have to be something as serious as a fire.  What if you fall victim to a ransomware attack?  It will impact your backup since it is physically connected to your server.  It’s also possible to just have failures and not realize the backup was not running.

There are so many possibilities.  If you are not proactively managing your data then you risk severe consequences.  

Law Firms, Medical Practices, and Financial Firms are subject to specific data retention rules and laws.  The loss of client data can subject your business to fines or worse.

Our Managed Backups means we proactively backup your systems to the cloud.  It also means we monitor and manage it to prevent backup failures or anomalies.  When disaster strikes we can quickly act to get you up and running again.  

Benefits of Managed Backups

Here are some of the key benefits to Managed Backups in the Cloud


  • Never Worry About Lost Data
  • Affordable
  • Quick Recovery (Some Plans Include Instant Disaster Recovery)
  • Fully Automated
  • Monitored and Managed Remotely
  • Can be Encrypted.
  • HIPAA, FINRA and Legal Compliant
  • Mitigate Risks like Malware and Ransomware
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Affordable Disaster Recovery Solutions for Small to Medium Businesses
With backup solutions starting as low as $.15/GB can you afford not to have a disaster/business continuity plan in place?

Consider these facts:

A law firm recently had to pay $3700 to recover data from a physically damaged hard drive.  The law firm did not have a backup of the data and risked further fines for not being compliant.  

Another law firm was using an external hard drive as a backup solution for their local file server.  At some point, the external hard drive vanished which meant client data was potentially exposed and if the server failed they would suffer from a total loss of all client files.

Most smaller businesses believe they cannot afford a business continuity plan but the truth is you cannot afford to not have a plan.  Are you one of the 60% of businesses that would go out of business in 6 months if data was lost?