Fast to backup your data.
To ensure that the impact to your network performance is kept to a minimum, the RemoteSafe program uses incremental backups. This means that the program only backs up files that have changed, reducing impact to server performance, and minimising the amount of data sent across the data connection.
Making the RemoteSafe product useable on most hardware platforms, with a low dependence on the network bandwidth.
Easy to maintain
Once the RM RemoteSafe product is installed, there is no need to invest in periodic purchases or refreshes of other backup media (USB hard drives, DVDs, tapes) or hardware (such as tape drives, RDX).
The data is retained on disk - enabling on-line recovery through the easy to use software.
Ease Of Use
Setting up the RM RemoteSafe product couldn't be simpler - an easy to follow step by step installation guide is provided. You can be up and running in under an hour.
We can even come out and aid in the setup and offer training. If this is of interest please enquire via the email address below.
The amount of storage can grow as your data need does, there's no hard limit to the amount of data stored. The useful monitoring features within the RemoteSafe software ensures you know when to purchase more capacity.
With two off site copies of your data, we can ensure that your data can be recovered in all but the most unlikely of scenarios.
Once you have configured your backup schedule through the easy to use software package, you don't have to spend endless hours worrying about maintaining the backup system.
There is no need to worry about media failures, cleaning tape drives or remembering to take the backup tape offsite. It just works.
The product is capable of restoring your data to any target device - so if there is a complete hardware failure the data you have protected can be restored on line to any supported device.
We can even arrange for the data to be captured on hard disk and couriered to site should there be a total failure.
RM RemoteSafe does not back up the system state or the operating system itself.