In information technology, a backup or the process of "Backing Up" refers to making copies of existing data so that these additional copies may be used to restore the original after a data loss event. These additional copies are typically called "backups."
Backups are useful primarily for two purposes. The first is to restore a particular system state of an entire PC following a disaster (called disaster recovery). The second is to restore small numbers of files after they have been accidentally deleted, corrupted, or otherwise made unavailable. Unrecoverable Data Loss is a very common occurence with 66% of Internet users having suffered from serious data loss.
What are your plans for handling a disastrous data loss event? What happens if the office computer hardware is now destroyed, stolen, or otherwise unavailable for use? Planning and creating disaster recovery plans now, before the disaster, may be the difference in your small business making a successful recovery from the event and possibly not recovering at all.
BackupAssist's breadth of advanced features make it suitable for a wide range of users, whether they be IT Service Providers, educational institutions, publically listed enterprises or government organizations. At the same time, its user-friendly interface and affordable price make it equally as suitable for SMBs of any size or shape.
BackupAssist makes the core decisions easy guiding you through: what to backup, where to backup and when to backup. Simple, fast and predictable backups of your Windows Servers, applications, data & systems.
BackupAssist provides an integrated suite of restore technologies that step you through the restore process. Easy to use Restore Console, with granular restore tools for Exchange, Hyper-V and SQL backups.
You can rely on BackupAssist to recover your data & systems quickly and minimise your downtime. Customized bare–metal recovery to same or dissimilar hardware, using RecoverAssist, our clever recovery tool.