No matter how reliable is your computer system. No matter how reliable is your hard drive, even if you use mirrored/RAID hard drives. Won't that protect me from viruses or data loss? No!

Reliable computer system will protect you from power outage. Mirrored hardware only protects you from a hardware failure. Since 90% of data loss is due to data corruption or user error, mirrored equipment offers no protection. This is because corrupt data gets instantly written to the mirror equipment. The only way to protect your data is by having a backlog of backups to restore from. And it is very important to have your backups on magnetic-field independent media (unlike hard drives and tapes), encrypted and secured on different place.

All organizations and individuals soon or later will experience hard drive or system failure, and with the growing use of mobile computing, more and more organizations will discover that their inaccessible or corrupted data has not been backed-up!

What about your invaluable information located on your servers? The critical task of server backup cam ne an expensive and challenging endeavor for any organization regardless of implemented in-house backup solution. Macrolevel makes secured online backup possible for businesses affordable and simple to manage and use. Our remote data backup solutions are highly-secured via SSL encryption and does offer even file-level incremental backups which allow you to restore any file version up to 30 days in the past. Our solutions allow you to backup open and locked files such as Exchange server, Outlook PST files and databases.

You are insured. Your business is insured. But is your personal or business data insured? Could you recreate the emails, documents and photos on your home or office computer in the event of a virus or hard drive failure? Take care of hours and days you spent to collect this information. Our Data Backup services help insure that your critical information is always available. Protect your data with Macrolevel's backup service.

Online backup features

Security

  • Encryption
    • Blowfish: At the beginning of the backup process, all files are locally encrypted with 448-bit Blowfish encryption.
    • AES: Online backup service users have the option of supplying a personal key utilizing military–grade 256–bit AES encryption en lieu of 448–bit Blowfish encryption.
    • SSL: These encrypted files are then sent via 128–bit SSL–the same encryption used in online banking–to a managed data center where they remain in their encrypted state.
  • Data centers: All data centers employ state-of-the-art security and are SAS70 certified.
  • Near Continuous Data Protection: Online backup service automatically detects and backs up new and changed files.
  • Alerts: Administrators may create customized email alerts regarding the backup health of their account to be sent to their email address on a daily, weekly, or, monthly basis.

Ease of Use

  • Automatic or scheduled backups: Tell the backup when to perform your backups. Automatic is the simplest method in which backups are performed while your computer is not in use. Scheduled backups can be performed daily or weekly at a specified time of day.
  • Block-level incremental backups: After the initial backup, the software only backs up new or changed portions of files, which saves bandwidth and ensures future backups are lightning fast.
  • Bandwidth throttling: Users can determine how much bandwidth they want to dedicate to their backups so other high-priority services can run unimpeded.
  • Multiple restore options: Users and administrators can restore data via the software client, through the web, or by ordering a DVD restore. Windows users can also restore data via right-click or through the the Virtual Drive.

Platform and File Support

  • Version (snapshot) support: Restore file versions up to 30 days in the past.
  • SQL, Exchange, and network drive support: The service backs up common business applications running on Windows servers.
  • Windows and Mac support: Our service supports Windows (2000, XP, 2003, and Vista, including servers) and Mac OS X (10.4 and 10.5, desktop and server) operating systems.
  • Open and locked file support: Online backup system backs up all open and locked files, including Outlook PST files.

Businesses today are being asked to do more with shrinking budgets and fewer resources. With digital data continuing to grow at an estimated 80% each year and 140,000 hard drives crashing each week in the U.S. alone, backing up this data is a critical task for any business. Traditional backup solutions can be expensive and take weeks to implement, leaving your business vulnerable to revenue and productivity loss.

Top 10 reasons to consider online backup

  1. 1. You do not have a consistent strategy for backing up desktops, laptops, and Windows servers.
    Not backing up your computer systems opens the door to liabilities and huge losses in revenue and reputation.

    2. You want a reliable offsite backup solution that works.
    Online backup combines market leadership in storage solutions with award-winning software so you enjoy worry-free backup.

    3. You don’t have months or years to roll out a backup solution.
    Easier and faster than an in-house deployment, Online backup may be deployed to thousands of users in less than two weeks.

    4. You aren’t willing to compromise security for convenience.
    Used our encryption key with 448-bit Blowfish technology or manage your own private key with 256-bit AES encryption during storage. 128-bit SSL connection protects your data during transfer.

    5. You want a set-and-forget backup solution that you don’t have to constantly monitor.
    You can schedule your backups to run daily, weekly, or monthly, or as frequently as every two hours for near continuous backup.

    6. Your IT staff and budget are already overextended.
    Stop wasting time and money with external hard drives, stacks of CDs, and traditional tape backup systems. Online backup frees up your valuable in-house IT resources for productive use in core revenue-generating activities.

    7. You don’t want to pay for software you aren’t using.
    Online backup is flexible. You determine how many licenses and how much storage you need and that’s what you pay for.

    8. You want a full backup solution without the onsite integration and maintenance hassles.
    Online backup requires no integration with your existing infrastructure. Just download and install the application, then select the files you want to back up.

    9. You’re tired of the headaches associated with backing up remote and branch offices.
    Online backup backup software allows for central and remote office backup from one easy-to-manage console.

    10. You have a limited budget to spend on backup and prefer a simple payment plan.
    Online backup requires no capital expenditure for hardware, very little upfront cost, and minimal administrative overhead to maintain. All you pay is one simple monthly subscription payment.

Disaster Recovery

When disaster strikes, you need a recovery plan in place and ready to go. Macrolevel has the technical expertise and resources to assist you in the design, implementation and testing of a Disaster Recovery Plan (DRP). An essential part of business planning is having a designated location available that would provide backup servers and workstations to maintain your business in the event of a disaster.