What is a backup service?
A backup service, also known as Backup-as-a-Service (BaaS), is a service designed for companies, for backup, storage, and recovery of data and files. Having your data backed up and disaster recovery are not the same thing by default, instead it is a stepping stone for a disaster recovery plan. A backup is having your data replicated somewhere, disaster recovery means a plan and guarantee for its recovery.
Backup and Disaster Recovery eGuide.
Crisis? No drama.
No two businesses are the same or have the same goals, so no two Disaster Avoidance, Backup and Disaster Recovery designs should be the same. This guide will take you through key selection criteria for your Backup-as-a-Service and Disaster Recovery providers, including a full outline to assist in preparing your Disaster Recovery plan.
Protecting your future by having your back.
This value added feature enhancement to our existing off site back up is simple and focused to protect your organisations’ data.
Tape is officially old school.
The foundation of every business continuity and disaster recovery plan? Offsite storage and backup.
However, tape is difficult and slow to get going. Never mind that it can take hours or days to get data back and running again.
Cloud backup management is a full-time task – made worse by the large amounts of upfront capital needed to make it happen.
With our disk-based backup as a service, you can improve your recovery objectives (RTO/RPO) with minimum fuss and investment.
Our Azure Managed Backup solution.
Azure Managed Backup complements the existing Macquarie Cloud Services backup product suite. This provides a comprehensive backup solution for customers needing an Azure independent backup to protect data, that meets compliance standards and protect against cyber attacks.
Frequently Asked Questions.
Cloud backup is a form of data protection that allows you to store your files on secure, remote servers. When you back up your files using the cloud, they are automatically uploaded to the server and stored there until you need them again – for example, in the event of a natural disaster. When you choose Macquarie Cloud Services to provide your cloud backup, you receive highly available, cross-site storage which hosts your backed-up data in another data centre location. Your data is always online and ready for restoring around the clock. Our team will also intelligently de-dupe your data, which reduces server load, time and the amount of data to be transferred.
There are several important reasons why cloud backup is important. Cloud backup is the process of creating copies of data and storing them in a cloud computing environment. It is an important aspect of data protection and disaster recovery, as it helps to ensure that critical data is available and can be restored in the event of a disaster or other data loss event.
There are several reasons why cloud backup is important:
- Data protection – Cloud backup helps to protect against data loss due to hardware failures, software defects, human error, or natural disasters. By creating multiple copies of data in different locations, it becomes much easier to recover data in the event that it is lost or damaged.
- Business continuity – Data is a critical asset for any business, and the loss of data can disrupt operations and lead to financial losses. Cloud backup helps to ensure that data is available and can be quickly restored in the event of a disaster, helping to minimize downtime and maintain business continuity.
- Cost-effectiveness – Cloud backup can be more cost-effective than traditional backup solutions, as it requires less hardware and infrastructure to implement and maintain. It also allows businesses to pay only for the storage they use, rather than having to invest in and maintain their own backup infrastructure.
- Scalability – Cloud backup solutions are highly scalable, making it easy to add or remove storage as needed. This makes it easier for businesses to adjust their backup capacity as their data needs change over time.
Overall, cloud backup is an important aspect of data protection and disaster recovery, helping to ensure that critical data is available and can be restored in the event of a disaster or other data loss event.
Cloud backup is a way of storing and preserving files and data in the cloud. It’s a form of data storage that lets you save your valuable information off-site, so that if anything ever happens to your original files—whether it be an accident or natural disaster—you’ll still have access to them.
Cloud backups are useful for businesses as they allow you to store all of your company’s data remotely, rather than locally on just one computer or server. This means you don’t have to worry about losing anything if something goes wrong with your network or computers.