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We store our business information, emails, business files,  photos, video, files and other digital assets as data on a computer. Backing up your data & information is creating copies of the files and putting them onto an on-site or off-site storage system. Without a reliable backup, you stand a chance of permanently losing critical data/memories.

Data Backup - Don’t Wait Until It’s Too Late!

Backups are an integral part of your operations to ensure your information is secure and available in the event of data loss, theft or hardware failure. Different types of backups meet different needs. Understanding them helps you choose the best solution for you and/or your business.

Let’s get a better idea of the different types of backup

External Hard Drive backup

External Hard Drive backup, is a portable storage device that can be attached to a computer through a USB to back up a computer or serve as a network drive.


Network Attached Storage (NAS)

Network Attached Storage (NAS), is file-level computer data storage attached to a local computer network providing data access to a diverse group of clients on the local network or over the internet. User access levels can be set up and control by an admin user. The users may have access to their folder or folders and files share by admin. Admin may set up a restriction on each user and delete the user account as needed to stop a user from accessing the data/folders on the NAS.

Access your company data anywhere, anytime at your fingertips to work on the go with no interruption

Cloud /Offsite Backup

Cloud /Offsite Backup, also known as online backup or remote backup. The computer to be backup sends a virtual copy of the file to a secondary, off-site storage location for preservation in case of a data loss. A third-party service provider usually runs cloud drive, and the user pays a monthly fee based on storage capacity & number of users signed up.

Data can be access anywhere, anytime at your fingertips to work on the go with no interruption.

No matter which backup method you prefer, Oz IT Support can help you get it right for Peace of Mind.

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