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MANAGED BACKUPS

Backups

The ability to recover critical business operations quickly in the even of disaster is essential to your businesses success, and often its reputation.


IT SUPPORT EXPERTS will work with you in the development and maintenance of business continuity plans, including the audit and assessment of critical restoration paths, practices, and plans. Part logistics, part technology, part data, and part process; successful resumption of business activities is rooted in restoration of your business information and its supporting platforms and services.

  • Manual backup
  • Whilst automated backups are key to ensuring viability and reliability of business restoration in the event of error, not all of our systems or data are adequately covered thereunder. In the event your business requires assistance with regular or ad hoc backup activities IT SUPPORT EXPERTS will ensure these processes are reliably effected and validate their outcome to ensure consistency of your recovery assets and plans.

  • Automated backup
  • Providing peace of mind your systems and data can be restored in the unlikely event of disaster, automated backups ensure the lifeblood of our business – our systems and data – are securely archived on a regular basis enabling us to restore or roll back as needed. IT SUPPORT EXPERTS will manage, monitor, and validate the outcomes of these processes ensuring both the backup process itself, and your recovery assets are steadfastly available.


IT SUPPORT EXPERTS will help assess potential risks and threats to your infrastructure, identify critical systems, define acceptable recovery timeframes, and design backup procedures that ensure effective and efficient service restoration.

  • Incremental
  • Archiving only files that have altered since the proceeding full or incremental backup, incremental backups quicker, great for restoration or roll back of configuration/content to point time, but in terms of full service restoration take longer as every backup file since the last full backup must be resinated sequentially to achieve full restoration.

  • Differential
  • Archiving all changes since the last full backup, differential backups are slower to execute – as they contain more data – but offer a quicker recovery time to their incremental counterparts because one file contains all changes required for complete restoration.

  • Full
  • Archiving a complete point in time snapshot of all system files and folders, a full backup has high storage requirements, and is slow to execute. Full backups however extremely fast restoration of services to a point I time and are coupled with and incremental and differential strategies that provides organisations effective cover without sacrificing system downtime processing availability for other maintenance, transformation, or processing related requirements.