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Do you have a data and disaster recovery plan?

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Your data is everything and business need to consider data loss seriously. Nowadays we rely heavily on knowing that our data is secure, private and safe.

But how can you assure this with your company’s data? Do you have an established plan for your business?

Image you lost your phone or laptop. Scary right? Now imagine that you haven’t backed up that data – catastrophic right? Now imagine your phone or laptop is your business data, and it’s gone, vanished, done. Is there a word that’s more impactful than catastrophic? Because that’s the effect  on a business without backups and a recovery plan.  There would be no business.

A business disaster recovery plan

A Business Disaster Recovery Plan is implemented  in preparation of a serious issue such as a server going down, or a disaster such as a hurricane, flood or fire.

There are various ways to store your own backups. It could be via a hosted cloud server, devices such as an external drive, a local server and more.

Or you could talk to us and set up a serious backup and recovery plan that’s 100% guaranteed.

Benefits of a disaster recovery plan

  • Rapid replication and copying of information, software, and application
  • Reliable recovery of information
  • Business continuity
  • Long term cost savings
  • Protected business reputation
  • Non-disruptive system testing
  • Minimal system downtime during replication
  • Compliance with industry regulations
  • 24/7 client support
  • Peace of mind!

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Taking Your Business To The Cloud

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This blog post was written exclusively for Webhosting.net by equipment leasing company Balboa Capital.

Today’s technology is always improving, allowing your business to do the same. One of the newest and most accessible technologies is cloud computing. With cloud computing, you can access your company’s files and information anywhere and anytime, even when you’re out of office. It can also help you save money and time, essentially allowing you to operate your business in a quicker and more efficient manner.

Web hosting companies will especially know the importance of utilizing storage space. Webhosting.net, for example, hosts countless websites, and we have the tools and technology in place to provide adequate storage space for each client we work with.

When small- and medium- sized businesses run out of room to store dedicated servers, where do they turn to? They can take their business to the next stage in data storage –cloud servers. Here at Webhosting.net, we’ve made cloud storage an integral part of our product offering, and we offer a number of cloud server plans that are both flexible and affordable.

Below are just some of the advantages of cloud computing that can also be found on this cloud computing infographic:

Access anywhere and anytime
Easy to implement and use
High level of security
Low costs and maintenance
No need for large dedicated servers

Security for those in the web hosting industry is always a top priority. If you are storing your company’s valuable information on cloud servers which can be accessed anywhere, you want to be sure it’s as safe as possible. Developed to help protect web-based servers, there are a wide variety of available security measures that can be taken. Many companies have invested in encryption and key management technology to provide extra layers of protection for cloud-based servers.

Cloud computing has been embraced by many of today’s leading companies including Amazon, Apple, eBay, Google and Microsoft, just to name a few. It’s a growing technology that will only improve over the next few years. Before choosing a cloud-based hosting company for their services, know exactly what you are looking for and discuss with the company in question to find out more information.