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Don't Wait Until It's Too Late: Choose
Next-Generation Managed Backup Service to
Protect Your Business from Disaster...

The situation

When it comes to disasters, the question isn’t if, but when they will occur.

Ranging from minor power outages to catastrophic floods, disasters more often result from malicious tampering, computer failure, hardware theft, computer viruses, or hacking. Even more common is the catastrophe of simply deleting a critical file accidentally.

Whatever the cause, if your company’s information isn’t protected when a serious glitch occurs, the digital assets that drive your business can be permanently lost. Possible consequences including reputation damage, lost revenue, legal liability, even the close of the business are sobering. Companies must be proactive to ensure that when disaster strikes, their data will be protected, so they can get back to work as quickly as possible.

However, rather than being motivated by these risks, many small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) are not taking disaster preparedness seriously. According to the Symantec half of SMBs don’t have a disaster preparedness plan at all, and others say they have no intention to create one. Since these companies aren’t backing up their systems, leaving their data unprotected, it appears that many are simply placing their bets against the event of a severe system outage or data loss.

Imagine this: All your business data is lost!

What now?

Prepare to spend a lot of money. You can either attempt to recover your lost data or you can start building it at a fast pace from the ground up. Going through massive amounts of information as fast as possible to reconstruct it all. Neither of those options sound fantastic to me. In fact both are going to cause long-term impacts on your business. Your systems are down, you have to hire someone to fix it all back, you have to work your employees overtime to fill in all the missing information, you might have lost client information, and many more long drawn out problems.

Stop worrying about your Data Disaster Recovery Plan. Focus on your business.
Let us provide the support you deserve.

Key benefits of Cloud Backup

Improved data protection:

Cloud backup assures that your data is recoverable and protected. With industry-leading encryption and security practices, cloud-based data is highly secure. Don’t buy into the hype about the cloud being less secure. It’s just not true.

Low Total Cost of Ownership (TCO):

Zero capital expense and predictable subscription pricing keep total cost of ownership low.

Ease of use:

Cloud solutions tend to have easy-to-use web-based management and user interfaces. At most, cloud solutions require a light-weight agent on devices used for data synch to the cloud, so you have minimal maintenance.

Fast implementation:

Rapid deployment in a matter of minutes with set-up and configuration wizards.

Leverage existing IT:

Most cloud solutions interoperate with existing storage devices, applications and operating systems.

Lower energy consumption:

No need for larger server rooms, saving power consumption and energy bills. If you have a Green IT initiative, this is a great way to lower your carbon footprint and energy consumption by leveraging a proven cloud vendor.

Agility and scalability:

Because it’s cloud-based, increasing or decreasing your storage capacity should be painless. Try to avoid any tiered pricing as you increase data volumes.

Additional Characteristics

  • Flexible Scaling
  • Multiple backup destinations. You can keep backups in the cloud as well as locally on an external hard drive or any network location.
  • Online access to your backups. Access, share and restore files from anywhere with web interface
  • Scheduling and Real-Time Backup
  • Block Level Backup
  • Bandwidth Throttling
  • Purge Options
  • Email Notifications
  • File Level Backup and Recovery
    • Choose individual files and folders to backup.
  • System State Backup and Bare Metal Recovery
    • Restore original Windows Server configuration or rebuild the entire system from the ground up.
  • SQL Server and MS Exchange Backup
    • Backup MS SQL Server databases as well as the MS Exchange mail store.
  • AES 128/256-bit source side encryption Strong local encryption protects your data from unauthorized access with up to 128/256-bit strong keys even before it is transmitted to the cloud.
  • SSL encryption on transit Any data sent to the cloud is automatically encrypted using the hardened SSL protocols which eliminate the possibility of an outsider gaining access to it.
  • Server side encryption All data can be optionally encrypted at rest in the data center.

Frequently Asked Questions

Can iBSC get access to our files?

No since any data sent to our servers is automatically encrypted using AES 256-bit during upload from your office. You are the only individual who Own and Know the KEY that decrypts your files.

How long does it takes to crack/decrypt a file that is Encrypted using AES 256-bit?

According to technical papers from Seagate:

If you assume:

  • Every person on the planet owns 10 computers.
  • There are 7 billion people on the planet.
  • Each of these computers can test 1 billion key combinations per second.
  • On average, you can crack the key after testing 50% of the possibilities.

Then the earth’s population can crack one encryption key in 77,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000 years!

Will My Internet Be Slow If I'm Backing up All the Time?

You should not notice that your Internet connection is slower during uploads, since  your large initial upload will be completed by us.

Is Online Backup Better Than Local Backup?

The one clear advantage that online backup has over local backup is that your data is stored away from your home or office, meaning that your important data is free from local disasters like fires and floods that could impact your external hard drive, optical discs, or other local backup destinations or media.

In addition Having your data stored in a physically secure, enterprise-grade data center also means that it’s protected from theft as well as most common hardware failures.

If My Entire Computer Dies, How Can I Get My Files Restored?

The easiest way to restore everything you’ve ever backed up would be to install and then use the our online backup software on your new computer or device to restore whatever it is you’d like to restore.

Managed Cloud Backup Plans

100GB

Managed Backup Service
€20 /month
Pricing includes coverage for up to 1 PC
  • Backup for Windows Desktop and Server backup solution for small business features
  • Protect your important files or entire disk volumes
  • Full, incremental, block-level backups
  • VSS-based backup of Microsoft Exchange
  • Mailbox-level restore for Microsoft Exchange 2010
  • Full, differential, and transaction log backups for MS SQL Server
  • Bare-metal restore with USB flash drive
  • Restore to Hyper-V, VMware, or cloud instance (Amazon EC2, Azure VM, Google CE)
  • Secure data with 256-bit AES encryption
  • Reduce storage with data compression
  • Protect backups with ransomware detection

500GB

Managed Backup Service
€40 /month
Pricing includes coverage for up to 1 PC
  • Backup for Windows Desktop and Server backup solution for small business features
  • Protect your important files or entire disk volumes
  • Full, incremental, block-level backups
  • VSS-based backup of Microsoft Exchange
  • Mailbox-level restore for Microsoft Exchange 2010
  • Full, differential, and transaction log backups for MS SQL Server
  • Bare-metal restore with USB flash drive
  • Restore to Hyper-V, VMware, or cloud instance (Amazon EC2, Azure VM, Google CE)
  • Secure data with 256-bit AES encryption
  • Reduce storage with data compression
  • Protect backups with ransomware detection

Custom

Managed Backup Service
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Cloud Backup Plan based on your needs
  • Backup for Windows Desktop and Server backup solution for small business features
  • Protect your important files or entire disk volumes
  • Full, incremental, block-level backups
  • VSS-based backup of Microsoft Exchange
  • Mailbox-level restore for Microsoft Exchange 2010
  • Full, differential, and transaction log backups for MS SQL Server
  • Bare-metal restore with USB flash drive
  • Restore to Hyper-V, VMware, or cloud instance (Amazon EC2, Azure VM, Google CE)
  • Secure data with 256-bit AES encryption
  • Reduce storage with data compression
  • Protect backups with ransomware detection