Cloud Backup and Recovery
Cloud backup, also known as online backup or remote backup, is a strategy for sending a copy of a physical or virtual file or database to a secondary, off-site location for preservation in case of equipment failure or catastrophe. The secondary server and data storage systems are usually hosted by a third-party service provider, who charges the backup customer a fee based on storage space or capacity used, data transmission bandwidth, number of users, number of servers or number of times data is accessed.
By storing critical data they are protected from local weather disturbances and outages. Use passwords and encrypt sensitive files.
Reliable Disaster Recovery
Backup cloud services provide users with instant access to much-needed data. cloud-based backup systems.
Unlike traditional backup techniques where data is locally stored on a hard drive or tape with limited capacity.