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Backups & Disaster Recovery

Your company data is one of your most valuable assets. Evolve Equipment Management offer comprehensive Backup and Disaster Recovery solutions to protect your business from data loss and ensure you can quickly recover from any disaster with our expert services.


Understanding Different Types of Backup Solutions

Explore various data backup solutions to safeguard your business. Understand full, incremental, and differential backups to choose the best option for your business needs.
on-premise backups

on-premise backups

On-premise backups involve storing your business data on local servers or storage devices within your physical premises. This method offers several advantages, including:

  • Control and Security: Keep your data under your direct control, enhancing security and privacy.
  • Fast Recovery Times: Quickly access and restore data without relying on internet connectivity, minimising downtime.
  • Compliance: Easily meet specific regulatory and compliance requirements by maintaining data within your location.

Our on-premise backup solutions are tailored to your business needs, providing reliable and efficient data protection that you can trust.

Cloud backups

Cloud backups

Cloud backups store your business data in remote, secure data centers accessible via the internet. This approach offers numerous benefits, such as:

  • Accessibility: Access your data from anywhere with an internet connection, supporting remote work and collaboration.
  • Scalability: Easily scale your storage capacity up or down based on your business needs without the hassle of physical hardware.
  • Disaster Recovery: Benefit from advanced redundancy and disaster recovery options, ensuring your data is safe from local disruptions.

Our cloud backup solutions provide a flexible, scalable, and cost-effective way to protect your data, ensuring business continuity in any situation.

Unsure which best suits you?

We can help!

Our robust Backup and Disaster Recovery services are designed to keep your business running smoothly, no matter what happens.

Customised Solutions

We tailor our backup and disaster recovery services to fit your specific business needs, ensuring optimal protection and minimal disruption.

Fast Recovery Times

Our solutions are designed to provide quick data recovery, so you can get back to business as soon as possible.

Comprehensive Protection

From automated backups to disaster recovery planning, we cover all aspects of data protection to ensure your business continuity.

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Protect your business with our expert Backup and Disaster Recovery services.

We offer a free consultation to discuss your specific IT challenges and business goals.

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What's the difference between on-premise and cloud backups?

On-Premise Backups: On-premise backups, also known as on-site backups, involve storing your data locally within your business premises. This method uses physical storage devices such as hard drives, USBs, and servers to hold your backed-up data. These storage devices can be easily removed and taken off-site for added security and resilience.

Cloud Backups: Cloud backup stores your data on remote servers managed by a third-party service provider. This method provides off-site storage, scalability, and accessibility from anywhere with an internet connection.

Do I need an off-site backup as well?

Absolutely. Regardless of the backup solution being utilised, it is essential to maintain a separate copy of data away from the main data source.

What is the difference between data backup and disaster recovery?

Data backup involves copying and storing data in a secure location to prevent loss.

Disaster recovery is a comprehensive plan covering backups, processes, and strategies for restoring operations after a disaster.

How often should I back up my data?

The frequency of backups depends on your business needs and how often your data changes. Daily backups are common for most businesses, but critical data might require more frequent backups, such as hourly or in real-time.

How long should I keep my backups?

The retention period for backups depends on your business requirements and regulatory compliance. Common retention periods range from 30 days to several years, with critical data often kept longer.

How do I ensure my backup data is secure?

Ensure backup data security by using encryption, both during transfer and at rest, implementing strong access controls, regularly testing backups, and choosing reputable backup service providers with robust security measures.

What should be included in a disaster recovery plan?

A disaster recovery plan should include a risk assessment, identification of critical systems and data, backup and recovery procedures, communication plans, and regular testing and updates to ensure effectiveness.

What is the cost of implementing a backup and disaster recovery solution?

Costs vary based on the size of your data, the complexity of your systems, and the chosen backup method. Cloud backups typically offer subscription-based pricing, while on-premise solutions may involve upfront hardware and maintenance costs. Investing in a reliable solution can result in significant savings by preventing data loss and downtime.

What happens if my backup fails?

Regular monitoring and testing are crucial to ensure backups are functioning correctly. If a backup fails, investigate the cause immediately, rectify the issue, and perform another backup as soon as possible. Having multiple backup solutions can mitigate risks.


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