We often find that businesses, regardless of their size, are at risk of data loss as their backup system is non-existent, incomplete or not working as it should. It is only when a disaster happens does this problem come to light and by that stage, it can be too late.
The consequences can be serious enough that a business will never recover. In fact, research organisation Gartner estimates that two out of every five businesses that experience an IT disaster will close within five years.
A large expense to businesses is downtime, how long would your business be unable to fully operate in a disaster scenario. To find out a rough cost of downtime you can use the calculator below.
Onsite Helper manages the backups for businesses, whether backing up onsite, offsite, or your cloud services.
Onsite Helper’s VCloud is ideal for businesses that run a virtualised server either onsite using Hyper-V / VMware or in the cloud with providers like Amazon Web Services (AWS) or Microsoft Azure. We parnter with industry leaders Veeam and AWS to build secure cloud storage facility located in Sydney. With Veeam replication, we can reduce catastrophic server outages down to just minutes by replicating the server elsewhere.
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Onsite Helper DCloud is for businesses that dont have a Windows Server, but instead need their data backed up from a regular desktop or laptop. This can be both Windows & Mac. We partner with Cloudberry and AWS to build secure cloud storage facility located in Sydney. Businesses can have many computers all backing to a shared data pool in the cloud for reduced costs.
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Onsite Helper NCloud is for businesses that use a NAS (Network Attached Storage) as their file server for the business. We partner AWS to provide a secure cloud storage facility located in Sydney.
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If your business relies on G Suite, Office 365, Salesforce, Amazon Web Services (AWS), Azure or any other cloud platforms, this is the product to protect your data in the cloud.
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