Key Features and Functionality
- Backups for workstations, laptops, and servers.
- Supported operating systems: Windows, Linux, MAC, and NetWare.
- Support for Exchange 2007, Outlook, Microsoft SQL, Oracle, Lotus, Domino/notes, MySQL, SharePoint, Hyper-V, and Vmware backups.
- System State backups for Windows 2003 systems.
- Configuration, backup, and restore using either a web browser or a backup client installed on the computer.
- Configurable schedule for automatic periodic backups.
- SSL encrypted backups and AES 256 encrypted stored files.
- After the initial backup of a file, subsequent backups contain only the changes, making backup times significantly shorter.
- Continuous Data Protection (CDP) – enables automatic backup of files (tagged by the user in the backup client) when they are modified. For example, if a Word file that is tagged in the client is modified and saved, it will be automatically backed up onto the server.
Any document, spreadsheet, or any other type of computer file is in danger if only one copy of it exists. Mechanical failures in the hard disk, viruses, malware, as well as cases of fire or just simple human error are common causes for loss of vital data. When such things happen, weeks or even months of work go down the drain. The best protection against such disasters is to make sure a number of copies of the vital data exist, with at least one of the copies situated in a separate and distant location to that of the main site. This is the basic principle of any backup strategy.
Even businesses that manage a traditional backup policy are not always aware of the fact that an alternative to the manual backup process (usually based on tape technology) exists.
Especially nowadays, in the information era, almost every business action depends on computers and databases. Therefore, it is very important to be acquainted with alternative backup options that can, on the one hand, minimize the danger of loss of critical data, and on the other hand, guarantee a reliable and speedy recovery of the data and of business continuation in case of disaster.
Online backup (also known as remote backup or off site backup) enables users to backup their data onto an external site, using an internet connection. This solution makes it possible for every business to have a remote backup for its critical data, all without physically moving workers or tapes to external facilities.
Why choose the backup solution? We do not restrict the bandwidth available for backup and restore activities. This shortens the time necessary for these operations at a direct relation to the customer’s bandwidth.
Triple C’s cloud-based remote backup servers are stored in Israel’s biggest and most sophisticated Data Center, an underground facility that has a Tier 4 survivability standard rating.
The backup servers are installed in a cluster configuration in order to maximize the (already high) level of redundancy in the facility.