Importance of Cloud Backups
As organizations embrace new cloud-centric computing models such as Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) and Software-as-a-Service (SaaS), more and more of their data resides with them outside of your control and can be left unprotected for a data loss event. Data Harbor’s service is equipped to ensure offsite data is protected in conjunction with our on-premise data. The end result is that your corporate intellectual property is kept safe while you focus on your business operations.
Imagine if your data residing with a cloud-based application such as Salesforce.com, G-Suite, Microsoft’s Office 365 or Azure was inaccessible for an entire day – would that cripple your business? What if through user error you lost critical customer data residing in your cloud-based CRM system and you were not able to recover it because you did not have your own backup? What impact would this have on your business? End users deleting data and employees overwriting data are by far the most common causes of cloud data loss.
According to Gartner – “Temporary loss of data, or a data breach that occurs within the cloud, can potentially expose the enterprise to serious legal and regulatory liability. The enterprise, not the cloud provider, is ultimately accountable, and must take the steps to limit exposure if these events should occur.”
The Data Harbor Solution
Data Harbor provides cloud-to-cloud backup for data stored in Office 365, Azure, G-Suite, Salesforce.com and endpoint devices including laptops, tablets, and smartphones.
Seven Benefits of Using Data Harbor’s Cloud-to-Cloud Backup Service
Data losses can affect almost every part of your business. We make sure you're covered.