Backup, whether it is local or remote, maintains a redundant copy of an organization’s valuable data in the event of a system failure or natural disaster.
Back up your data to a second location to always protect and recover operations for emergencies. For optimal replication efficiency, you may choose on-site backup, off site backup, customer premise to Cloud backup.
Data Loss Prevention
Data backup will help you to recover the data up to 24 hours ago when your server crash. It will help you to recover the service back on track in shorter time frame. This will reduce productivity lost and the impact on your business.
Data backup easily deploy through the Public Cloud backup and able to quickly replicate to, from and between Cloud providers. You also fulfilled the business continuity plan by doing cloud backup as the data store at different location compare to your primary server.
Free Up Server
Doing the backup over the cloud can free up your server space for other important application. Advance Backup technology give speed of operations, the performance of backup without compromise the server daily operation.
Peace of mind
Regular data backups lead to peace of mind. In the event, a cyber crime, system crashes or disasters occur, there is a backup ready to go to restart a company’s archive. It is never too late to start saving important company data. In the end, data backup is necessary to save the business from losing investors and customers and closing down.
Block-level backups bypass file systems and read directly from the disk or volume, providing a performance-friendly backup regardless of the number of files.
Continue Data Protection Technology
Our Continue Data Protection technology enables you to run backups as frequently as every 15 minutes, with no negative impact on server performance.
Single web-based console
Managed with single, web-based console that enable you to select individual files, directories, or entire file systems to be restored within minutes.
Long Term Data Archiving
Recovery points can be replicated to off-sites storage using FTP/FTPS or restored from the server Backup Manager User Interface.
Disk Safe Verification
Monitor your data to make sure it’s safe from corruption. Disk Safe Verification can be scheduled to run periodically or on-demand detecting and alerting you in the event of corruption.
Server Backup Manager (SBM) supports physical and virtual servers running Microsoft Windows, variants of Linux, and other virtualization platforms, including VMWare, Citrix, XenServer, and more.
Recover large file systems or entire servers fast with Bare-Metal Restore. Restore even while a backup job is running.
You can replicate backup data across SBM servers, regardless of their geographic location.
Why do I need backup?
Equipment storing information can fail. Backup, whether it is local or remote, maintains a redundant copy of an organization’s valuable data in the event of a system failure or natural disaster as well as retains data to fulfil compliance requirements and litigation requests. With the additional copy of data, IT administrators gain the ability to easily restore important files. A backup solution for data restores is an integral part of an organization’s disaster recovery plan.
What is the different between on-site and remote backup?
Onsite backup refers to storing data on a local storage device, such as hard disk, CDs, magnetic tapes, and hard drives. Remote backup, on the other hand, calls for storing data on an offsite server which can be accessed via the internet.
Why choose Big Band for backup solution?
Big Band back-up is using single and web-based console that is user friendly and allow you to choose a single file, directories or entire system from your main servers to be back-up.