Cloud Backup and Recovery
Backup and disaster recovery are vital to business continuity. Organizations are creating and sharing more data than ever. That growth calls for more robust backup solutions for their business-critical data.
Ntiva provides our clients with cloud backup and disaster recovery solutions that are customized to the exact needs of our clients.
We offer regular backups with unlimited data and up to one year of data retention. This is the critical protection your business needs from cyberthreats, natural disasters, and malicious human intent.
Ntiva Backup and Recovery Solutions include:
- 24x7 monitoring
- Automated offsite backups
- Regular system testing
- Local and cloud replication
What is Cloud Data Backup and Recovery?
Put simply, cloud backup and recovery services offer an off-site digital storage space for all of your company’s data.
Data management services have grown in popularity as the corporate environment continues its shift towards remote work. Cloud backup and recovery refers to the process of saving all of the data and settings on each corporate device to a centralized cloud, where it is easily accessible from any device, anywhere in the world.
With cloud backup and recovery your files, folders, application, and system configurations remain easily accessible in the event of any kind of technology failure or natural disaster.
Who Needs Cloud Backups?
In the remote world of today, just about every business dealing with digital data can benefit from cloud backup software.
You’ll be able to rest easy knowing that your data can be recovered in the case of a natural disaster, a ransomware attack, or malicious behavior by an employee. Even if your team is the victim of a cyberattack or needs to work remotely due to natural disasters (or just by choice!) your data is backed up on a regular schedule to a centralized location that is maintained by our trained professionals.
An alarming number of businesses don’t have any kind of data recovery plan. This is particularly concerning due to the increased number of organizations running fully remote. When devices are accessing and modifying your data and applications from all over the country, or even the world, you need to know that you have a centralized backup solution.
Our team has worked with businesses of all sizes, from small financial firms to government contractors with dozens of regulatory compliance requirements, Rest assured, our experts can help you create an enterprise backup solution plan, preventing data loss, and providing automated recovery points.
There's also no need to worry about manually backing up or restoring data. These processes can be easily automated with our Datto backup software, which copies all of your data to the cloud.
What Are the Benefits of Cloud Backups?
The Ntiva Managed Backup and Disaster Recovery Solution (SIRIS), powered by Datto technology, is a fully featured total data protection platform delivered in one integrated package. SIRIS can protect the data stored on any physical, virtual, or cloud Windows system, including those running VMWare, ESXi, or Microsoft Hyper-V.
Our backup system provides protection for all of your workstations, physical servers, virtual servers, cloud servers, and SaaS applications.
Do I Need Cloud Backup Services?
In 2020, the world changed in so many ways. Businesses that survived the initial shutdowns were forced to operate in ways they had never imagined. Ntiva’s cloud backup and recovery options helped many businesses succeed in a transition to remote work.
In the event of a disaster, such as a flood, fire, or yes, even a global pandemic, your data is still 100% accessible from anywhere in the world.
With our geo-redundant datacenters, you’ll never have to worry about accessing your backups, even if a disaster happens in your area.
As painful as it can be, we all know of stories where disgruntled employees have stolen or deleted valuable company data. Cloud backup and recovery services ensure that the data can be fully restored to its original condition.
Functionalities Provided with Ntiva Cloud Backup and Recovery
Our services include all of the following:
- Full image backups - capturing operating system, settings, applications, and files
- Unlimited system agent licenses
- Snapshot capabilities of protected systems, applications, and files
- Replicate snapshots to the Datto Cloud for storage and retention
- Unlimited amounts of data storage with up to one year of data retention
Offsite Failover Capabilities Keep Your Business Running
Enjoy the benefits of offsite failover capabilities, including:
- Virtualization failover to the cloud
- Server, data, and application access from anywhere
- Customized VPN access available
- Military-grade SAS70 Type II compliant bi-coastal datacenters
- Up to 30 continuous days of off-site virtualization per year if needed for disaster recovery
Restore Any Data You Lose, From One File to an Entire Database
Our backup retention policy ensures that you’ll be able to recover everything from your entire database to the smallest individual file.
- Up to 14 days of daily backups on the local appliance
- Up to 30 days of weekly backups on the local appliance
- Up to one year of monthly backups on the Datto cloud
Your Data is Your Business. Don't Risk it.
With redundant cloud backup and disaster recovery from Ntiva, your data is safe from all disasters, be they digital or physical. Knowing that your files, applications, operating systems, and system configurations are stored in an off-site, fully secured facility will give you the peace of mind that you deserve.
What Cloud IT Services Does Ntiva Offer?
Ntiva offers full support for your cloud journey. We can recommend technologies, help you build your budget, and deliver a variety of cloud-based services that meet all of your business objectives.
Software as a Service (SaaS)
SaaS includes popular cloud applications like Microsoft 365, G Suite, and other line-of business software.
We assist with product selection, migration, application monitoring and maintenance, and security to help you deploy and integrate new cloud applications.
As a Microsoft Gold Partner, we have deep knowledge of Office 365 and are your single source for purchasing, billing, deploying, managing and supporting Microsoft solutions.
Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS)
Ntiva can move some (or all) of your computing components into our secure cloud, taking care of design, upgrades, maintenance, backups, security and more—so you don’t have to.
This eliminates your burden of having to purchase and maintain hardware!Our cloud infrastructure platform of choice is Oracle OCI, which provides unmatched reliability and performance to ensure you have a superior experience.
Desktop as a Service (DaaS)
Ntiva’s hosted desktop as a service offers a cost-effective and secure way to ensure all employees are operating on the same system with controlled access to the latest data.
Login from anywhere and access your stored files and applications in our secure cloud.
Because this service is priced on a per-user basis, you never have to worry about upgrades or maintenance (including 24x7 help desk). This relieves you from end-user management.
Data Center Hosting
Also referred to as virtual server hosting, Ntiva’s state-of-the-art data centers securely house your servers, storage and other networking equipment.
Our hosting options include co-location for those who want to manage their own servers with their internal team.
We also offer managed co-location in our data center, for those who have their own hardware but want to take advantage of Ntiva’s technical expertise.
Cloud Security Services
Most public cloud providers offer an incredibly secure environment. However, they can’t protect you when your data leaves the cloud to interact with your other systems.
Stolen credentials and even accidental employee mishaps can lead to lost or stolen data.Read more here to find out how we help you reduce your risk with our cloud security services.
Ntiva offers multiple cloud storage choices for every type of business, from private to public options.
Talk with our cloud consultants for help identifying your business requirements.
This could include public options like Dropbox and iCloud, or a custom private cloud that that can allow you to manage hardware and software access.