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Data Backup

Hardware is replaceable, your time and effort in creating data isn’t, don’t waste precious time.

We have mastered the art of setting up backup solutions, if you’re a home user or student, we recommend backing up your system with this free utility from EaseUS.

For business or enterprise organizations, we recommend a premium solution from Acronis, Arcserve or Veeam. We are certified partners for all recommendations and can supply your organization with licensing, implementation, monitoring and support.

Benefits With Our Service

Our technical engineers have years of great experience in configuring and automating enterprise backups for all types of devices, whether its mobile, tablet, laptop, desktop, server or virtual machine, we can setup what data gets backed up, the source where it gets backed up to, how often the backups occur and also verify backup integrity with email/push notifications. We care about your data as much as you do and wouldn’t want to ever compromise your valuable work.

Subscribe to a Backup Solution

It’s quick and easy to get your data backed up securely with Compuclinic. If you would like a simple solution to backup just one users data, we recommend signing up for our managed service which includes data backup, antivirus, remote technical support and telephone assistance for anything IT related.

Data backup is the process of protecting data in case of a disaster, accident, or malicious action, by copying it from one location to another.

To create a copy of data that can be recovered in the event of a primary data failure. Primary data failures can be the result of hardware or software failure, data corruption, or a human-caused event, such as a malicious attack (virus or malware), or accidental deletion of data.

Backups help restore computer devices during disaster recovery and restore data after files have undergone damage or deletion. Database backups are essential for protection against data loss that can completely disrupt business operations.

Experts recommend the 3-2-1 rule for backup: three copies of your data, two local (on different devices) and one off-site. For most people, this means the original data on your computer, a backup on an external hard drive, and another on a cloud backup service.

Important data should be backed up at least once a week, but preferably once every twenty-four hours.