The 31st March has been declared World Backup Day, which aims to create awareness of how important it is to backup all your business critical files and information. When was the last time you reviewed your current backup provision? How confident are you about the security, reliability and flexibility of your current backup solution? Have you recently tested your backup to see if you could perform a successful restore?
Redstor Online Backup, offers a fully automated and secure online backup service, enabling you to eliminate the costs and data loss risks inherent in manual backup procedures. Also, securing your data backup with Redstor, encrypts your data, prior to transit, at your site, and only you have access to the encryption key. This offers the additional security that no one other than you, not even Redstor, can decrypt your data. Redstor provide a range of cloud services designed with data protection and security being top priority.
Our range of secure and encrypted cloud services are already protecting the data of over 10,000 organisations across the UK, SA and Africa.
Centrastor, our cloud sync and share service, enables organisations to store and share files securely online from any device with an Internet connection. CentraStage service enables support providers to guarantee that devices they support are regularly audited, patched and safely up-to-date for effective endpoint management. Our Virtual Disaster Recovery service provides you with a 100% guarantee that your data will work as expected and when needed following a disaster.
To find out more about our services and how we can help you comply with data protection laws and prevent data leakage, please contact us either by giving us a ring on 01189 515 200 or emailing [email protected].
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