Backup Your Important Data In The Cloud
JustTech’s Redundant Off-Site Backup solution encrypts and backups your data to our data colocation facility which has redundant power and redundant internet.
Factors to consider concerning data loss:
- According to a recent USA Today article, “About 70% of business people have experienced data loss due to accidental deletion, disk or system failure, viruses, fire or some other disaster.”
- Pepperdine University concludes that data loss costs United States businesses more than $18 billion per year.
With our Redundant Off-Site Backup Solution, only you will have access to your documents. Before your data files are backed-up, they are encrypted using 448-bit blowfish encryption. Files are encrypted at the source during transfer and stored in an encrypted database. We provide versioning of files so you can access a document before it is deleted or changed.
Encrypted data files can be accessed via our web portal or downloaded to an external hard drive. Only you can access your documents with your username and password. With our Redundant Off-Site Backup Solution, you will have peace of mind knowing that your data is safe and accessible.
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