Our standard backup provides SME businesses with a cost effective on and offsite backup solution. From as little as £100 per month we provide all hardware and software required to backup your IT systems.
With the added assurance of an onsite appliance, allowing for fast recovery of files and folders, we can ensure your critical data is protected. Our onsite appliance is managed by our expert engineers, ensuring your data is replicated offsite and stored in our secure, state of the art datacentres. This state-of-the-art technology gives your business the peace of mind that in any disaster scenario your data is protected.
An advanced version of the Standard Backup, ARC’s Hybrid Backup allows your systems to backup more frequently and boot servers directly from the onsite appliance or in the cloud. This reduces the RTO (Recovery Time Objective) and provides businesses with an affordable solution to reduce business downtime.Enquire about this service
ARC’s High Availability provides a fast and effective failover solution. If your business cannot afford downtime then High Availability is the solution for you. Replication of servers to onsite / offsite locations can take place continuously or at set schedules. High Availability also allows for multiple recovery points to be retained, in the event a fault isn’t instantly detected we can restore to previous points in time.
At the flip of a switch your servers can be up and running to prevent any loss of business and allow your staff to continue working as normal.
If your business needs a secure place to archive its data then from as little as 3p per GB we can store your data offsite on our state-of-the-art archive platform for up to 7 years.
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Our archive platform is stored on fault tolerant / redundant hardware meaning that your business data is safe in our hands.
This is the maximum period of time in which your business can afford to lose data. For example if you backup once daily at 7pm and the system fails at 3pm the following day the business will have lost 20 hours. If you backup using this schedule then your maximum data loss would be 24 hours.
The maximum time that your business can afford to be without IT systems. For example if the IT system fails you may want to guarantee to be up and running within 4 or 2 hours or instantly.