Managed Backup and Recovery
A fully-managed backup service solution that provides a physical hardware backup appliance, as well as backup storage in a secure cloud environment. Daily backups are performed efficiently to deliver you peace of mindLearn More
How can Corbel assist me with a business backup strategy?
Backup is a fundamental part of any IT infrastructure. Its primary purpose is to enable the recovery of data that has been corrupted, accidentally deleted or is inaccessible.
Backups are either performed on-premise or use a managed backup solution which can be a mixture of on-premise and off-site for better safety and business continuity.Learn More
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Find out more about why testing is an important part of your backup strategy and how you can incorporate a testing procedure in your backup plan.
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“Corbel’s Managed Backup and Disaster Recovery solution allows us to have access to our server infrastructure at all times, providing us with the peace of mind that we are able to continue business as usual with Corbel fully managing the backups. The solution is both cost-effective and practical with the added benefit of access to seats in Corbel’s Disaster Recovery site where our staff can continue to work and have access to our server infrastructure should we experience a serious problem at our offices.”
Did You Know?
As well as Business Recovery, our state-of-the-art managed backup and recovery solution, we can also offer a number of high-quality software solutions to help you backup your critical business data. Corbel has aligned itself with the following ‘tier-one’ software vendors and is able to offer a comprehensive range of backup solutions to our clients:
- Vision Solutions DoubleTake
- Microsoft System Center Data Protection Manager
- Symantec Backup Exec
Thinking of changing your backup solution? Give us a call on 01473 241515 or use our contact form.
It doesn’t end with backups…
There have been numerous reports and surveys over the years stating that while companies might be taking regular backups of their data, these backup sets are often unverified or untested. When backups are tested, a high proportion of them are often found to be unsuitable for an actual restore if needed.
Testing of backups shouldn’t be underestimated, it’s important to know that your backups can be relied upon in time of need, that people know how to restore from backups and that you can recover your business in a reasonable time – minimising downtime and loss of turnover.
The last place you want to test a backup is when you’re trying to recover from it. Any program can run into issues – even the best backup software. While every backup might seem to go off without a hitch, there’s no way to be certain its a usable set without testing.
Remember: Without a test, a backup is essentially useless. You’ll only know it works when you try it.