Secure Backup and Recovery – Data Protect
Backup window shrinking? Data Growing? Unable to forecast demand?
Amidata Data Protect Backup as a Service (BaaS) is built to meet the availability business demands.
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Disaster Recovery – Ensure your data is protected to recover from a disaster.
Secure – Data is fully encrypted in flight and at rest.
Manage data growth – Data Protect scales easily, we manage the future needs so you don’t
Meet recovery expectation – Recover your data rapidly, close the availability gap
Protect Legacy Applications – No need to run two streams, we manage old and new processes
OPEX – Move away from tying up capital on backup
Data Protect will free your business from the burden of managing tapes, backup jobs and restore requests.
Q: Is this cloud backup?
A: Our deployment model allows a client with a single site to backup to Amidata’s secure, multi tenant client. We also support clients to run two appliances and keep their data in their own Datacentre
Q: Can I use my existing backup software?
A: Absolutely, if you can write to tape or network share, you can write to our system. Our system is yet to meet software it can’t support.
Q: Where is my data stored?
A: We deploy an appliance in your datacentre that can replicate to an offsite appliance. The offsite appliance is either located in your disaster recovery datacentre or our master appliance in a secure Data Protect. Contact us to learn more.
Q: Is my data secure?
A: Yes – Data is encrypted in flight and at rest.
Q: Do you offer a tape out option?
A: Tape out is where we periodically write your data to tape if you have compliance or other targets for your data retention. If you wish to know more, complete the enquiry form and one of our specialists will be in contact to talk through this.
Q: What is your pricing?
A: Complete the enquiry form to the left and we will be in contact with you to discuss. You’ll be pleasantly surprised.
Q: What is the 3-2-1 Rule?
A: The 3-2-1 backup rule is an easy-to-remember acronym for a common approach to keeping your data safe in almost any failure scenario. The rule is: keep at least three (3) copies of your data, and store two (2) backup copies on different storage media, with one (1) of them located offsite.