Protect Your Data With Managed Backups
Critical business data is faces many threats. Ransomware, hardware failures, accidental deletion are just some of the problems business data can experience. That is why No B.S. Computer Repair, LLC has managed backups designed to safeguard your data from these threats.
We make backups simple for your business. Backups happen in the background, and can often be remotely restored in the case of accidental file or folder deletions. As a result, your data is always protected and ready.
AES-256 encryption at the source protects your data from prying eyes. In addition, we monitor for any issues in the backup process. So you can sleep easy knowing your data is secure and protected.
Remote restoration of backups allow for faster recovery from incidents such as accidental deletions, in short reducing stress and getting employees back to work faster.
The backup agent monitors for suspicious activity and stops any offending processes, thus preventing ransomware from hampering business operations.
Why Businesses Choose Us
We Cover Your Entire Business
We backup entire servers, not just certain files. Therefore, if a disaster occurs we can restore entire servers, even to new hardware.
Virtual Server Protection
We can protect and restore virtual machines as our backups work with many common hypervisors. We can also restore to a different machine when needed.
What would your business do if every email went missing? We backup your Microsoft Exchange Online emails so that’s doesn’t become an issue. It also means you can easily recover an email that shouldn’t have deleted.
Microsoft Application Protection
OneDrive and SharePoint are excellent ways to store and share data, and thus we protect that data with backups. Our backups integrate with Office 365 so your data is safe.
Protect Your Data When Disaster Strikes
75% of organizations infected with ransomware were running up-to-date endpoint protection.Sophos
More than 4,000 ransomware attacks occur every day.FBI
It is estimated there will be a ransomware attack on businesses every 14 seconds by the end of 2019, and every 11 seconds in 2021. This does not include attacks on individuals, which occurs even more frequently than businesses.Cybersecurity Ventures