Backup and Disaster Recovery

Protect what matters most from the unexpected

Fast, robust solutions to get you back in business fast after any incident

Would your business survive a theft, fire, hurricane, an earthquake, or even a server crash? Insurance would cover your physical assets, but the risk of losing your data is one of the biggest threats to your business, so why leave it unprotected?

With Backup and Disaster Recovery from SanTrac Technologies, your data is protected by state-of-the-art, continuous, disk-based backup technology, the safest backup method available on the market today. And, since we own the hardware, you’re protected from obsolescence. Continuous backup combined with standby server technology gives you the peace of mind to focus on what’s really important: your business.

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Backup and Disaster Recovery services from SanTrac provide enterprise-class data protection features, including:

  • Global Redundancy – prevent disaster by spreading out your backups to eliminate the single point of failure
  • Continuous Data Protection – upload snapshots of file changes as soon as they are made, so you can recover any changes made throughout the workday
  • Built-In Retention Policies – comprehensive and customizable solutions for compliance
  • Seeding & Bandwidth Throttling Option – back up at full speed without slowing down your internet connection
  • All-Inclusive Agents – backup solutions that integrate with your current operating systems and software
  • Reporting, Access and Reliability – off-site backups with extensive reporting for real insight into security and what’s being backed up
  • Image Backup – if your computer or hard disk fails, image backup enables you to restore everything on your PCs

Data Backup from SanTrac gives you continuous protection of your company’s critical data with no effort on your part, so your business will remain protected even if your main server crashes.