What is an Onsite Backup?
Backing up your company’s data on a regular basis is vital. Onsite backup systems are designed to recover lost, stolen or erased data from backups located on premises, often connected to network resources and workstations.
Onsite backup systems are designed to provide immediate access to your data, reduce backup costs and let you access your data even when an internet connection is not available.
Backup devices often used during onsite backup procedures include hard drives, network attached storage (NAS), and magnetic tapes.
Often used as a primary backup procedure, onsite backup allows you organisation to store redundant data where it is readily accessible through physical means.
Most businesses deploy onsite backup functionality in conjunction with offsite failsafes, effectively protecting against total physical destruction or loss of primary and backup data.
Barring disaster, onsite backup is ideal for rapid redeployment of your data in cases where avoiding business interruption is key.
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The Infoprotect Service
Local backups are the core building blocks of disaster recovery and business continuity.
Often an area of frustration due to unsuccessful backups, cumbersome tape exchanges and slow uploads, this tends to affect data restoration and the integrity of your backup data.
To address these pain points Infoprotect deploys various impactful technologies and configurations to automate many of your daily administrative tasks.
This reduces backup times, optimises data storage size and ultimately increases the success rate of backup jobs. Our granular and easy restores for both your physical and virtual servers makes ensuring the integrity of your data simple, fast and virtually failure proof.