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Get your files back easily using a Cloud Backup
What Is A Cloud Backup?
A cloud backup is the easiest way to backup data.
A cloud backup automatically makes a copy of your data and backs it up off-site, protecting you from disaster.
No expensive equipment, no up-front costs, no tapes, no disks. Just a small software client that runs in the background on your server or workstation.
A Cloud Backup is safe, secure, and accessible when you need it.
How Does It Work?
Install a small software client on your server or workstation and it will encrypt and compress your data and upload it to one of our servers in the cloud. The software client manages your backups, running quietly in the background and automatically backing up on the schedule you set.
It’s efficient enough to run on a laptop and perform the backup while you are still using the computer.
Subscribe to the amount of disk space you need and you now have a quick and efficient system to protect your business data.
- You need to select at least one server or desktop
- Remember that backup disk space is based on compressed backup files
- Calculator pricing is an estimate and does not include applicable taxes
Why Backup In Canada?
If you backup your files in the U.S. (where most providers keep your data) they will be subject to the Patriot Act and other American security and privacy laws.
According to the January 2012 Cloud Computing Report by the Law Society of British Columbia there are over 10,000 US-based government agencies that could get access to your data without a warrant!
You don’t want that – keep your backup in Canada, under Canadian security and privacy laws.
Our backup clients use a fully randomized 256-bit full length AES encryption key. Encryption happens right on the Server or Workstation, before it is uploaded to the cloud. Nobody has access to your data, only you know the encryption key.
Your backup data is housed in Canadian based colocation centers with robust security, cameras, escorted entry, fire suppression, redundant power and Internet connectivity systems. Redundancies are also built into the backup servers themselves. We want your data to be safe.