Who’s backing up data? One more reason for cloud disaster recovery

If you’re among the 60% of organizations that don’t have a disaster recovery plan, or among the 59% that only backup data in one location, here are 5 good reasons to shore up your plan and include the cloud as one of your endpoint backup solutions:

  1. There’s no shortage of incidents that can cause an IT disaster, and most are on the rise: Environmental, cyclones and super storms like Katrina in the United States and Niklas in Europe will likely increase with global warming. Acts of terrorism fill news reports. And the cybersecurity industry's predictions for 2017 don’t look good, either.
  2. You will likely have a disruption in the next 24 months. Almost 70% of worldwide IT practitioners polled in The IBM Global Study on the Economic Impact of IT Risk said their organizations would likely have a minor disruption within two years and 23% said it would be a substantial disruption.
  3. The disruption will cost a lot and cause major issues and disruption to your business.
  4. BYOD (bring your own device) is increasing, but most employees assume the company is backing up their devices. Employees do back up their devices, unfortunately not the way you want. According to the Forrester survey, 67% of employees back up to their own USB flash drive, CD/DVD, external hard drive or server. So much for universal access. Not surprisingly, the study found that the top two reasons for adopting an endpoint backup solution were to improve business continuity and to protect the critical data employees are storing on various endpoints.
  5. Physical backup sites may not be accessible. Even if you own your own backup site, it may be wiped out or employees won’t be able to get to it.

Cloud-based disaster recovery has gained traction over the years because of its distinct advantages:

  • Self-service restoration for employees
  • Multi-site availability
  • More frequent backups
  • Improved recovery time objectives (RTOs) and recovery point objectives (RPOs)
  • Cost savings on both storage and administration
  • The ability to improve continuity using Opex vs. Capex dollars

So what is the solution?

Only $25 per device, per month. Cancel anytime.

Security

Your files are always encrypted before being backed-up - the most effective way to protect your data.

  • 256 AES data encryption
  • 128 AES communication encryption
  • Customizable security upgrade options

Easy Restore

Quickly restore your backed-up business files your way.

  • Restore via the desktop console, web-based tool or mobile app
  • Administrator or individual user-initiated restores
  • Select file(s) by any date, time or version
  • Deleted files are never removed from your archive

Universal Networking

BTC Backup for Small Business works over wireless, wired and cellular networks

  • Works everywhere - dynamic IP locator, TCP NAT traversal
  • Bandwidth governing
  • Email alerts and reports
  • Network exclusions

Automatic Updates

BTC Backup for Small Business automatically upgrades all the latest security updates, software features and other enhancements.

  • 100% remote administration and updates
  • Automatic software and security upgrades

Full-Featured Backup

Customize your backup plan and optimize file versioning, compression and retention policies.

  • Continuous or scheduled
  • Off-site and local destinations
  • Incremental and unlimited file versioning
  • File compression and data de-duplication
  • Background validation and verification

Smart Performance

BTC Backup for Small Business constantly watches for new data and updated files within your selected file directories.

  • Real-time ‘File Watcher’ functionality
  • ‘Newest-first’ file prioritization
  • Only new data is sent to your backup destinations(s)
  • Low battery puts file backup on hold until power is restored

System Requirements

All installs require at least 450MB disk space, a 1GHz+ CPU, 1GB memory, and a 1024 x 768 display.

 

Operating System Hardware Software
Windows 1 GHz CPU
1 GB Memory
450 MB free drive space
Windows operating systems: Windows 7
Windows 8, 8.1 | Windows 10 | Server 2008 R2
Server 2012 and Server 2012 R2
OS X | macOS 1 GHz 64-bit Intel CPU
1 GB Memory
450 MB free drive space
Operating systems: OS X 10.9
OS X 10.10 | OS X 10.11
macOS 10.12 Sierra (CrashPlan app version 4.5.2 and later)
Linux 1 GHz x86-64 CPU
1 GB Memory
450 MB free drive space
Operating systems: Kernel version 2.6.32 or later
glibc 2.9 or later | cpio | Xorg
GTK2 | SysVinit | SWT1
TOP