Backup as a Service

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Backup Challenges for Enterprises

Don't know how to assess a suitable backup solution

Don't know how to assess a suitable backup solution

There are various backup solutions on the market, and the factors to be considered are complex, which make it difficult to judge


Trial and error costs caused by the absence of experience

Organizational IT personnel have no professional backup knowledge and experience, which may cause setting errors and restore failures


Enormous cost and workload for backup operations

Save the total cost of backup investment and enhance data protection through backup modernization

Common Backup Myths

Only local backup, no off-site backup

It cannot be remedied when encounter a major unexpectable disaster, such as earthquakes, fires, power shortage and human error.

No consideration of the maximum amount of data loss (RPO)

It may lead to the loss of important data, and it may be necessary to spend high costs to rebuild the data.

Put internal shared data and backup data on the same device

If the hardware is damaged, all data will be lost, which is equivalent to putting eggs in the same basket.

利用異地 / 雲端備份補足純地端缺點

Use off-site/cloud backup to make up for the shortcomings of pure local end

Enterprises do not need to invest in and maintain hardware, and can complete deployment in a relatively short period of time, greatly reducing construction and management costs.

考量適合企業的 RTO 與 RPO

Consider RTO and RPO for your business

RTO is the abbreviation of Recovery Time Objective, which refers to how long the enterprise plans to restore the service to normal after the accident occurs. RPO is the abbreviation of Recovery Point Objective, which refers to the time point of the latest backup by the enterprise at the time of the accident, that is, how much data the enterprise can tolerate loss.

Follow the 3-2-1 principle for back-up

According to the 321 principle, there must be 3 copies of files stored in 2 different forms, and 1 copy is off site. For example, if a file has two backups, one on a traditional hard disk and the other on a NAS, and the location of the NAS is different from that of the traditional hard disk, it complies with the 321 backup principle.

Backup Solutions

Local / Off-site Backup

Local / Off-site Backup

With expertise in local/off-site backup, we can help you customize and plan the most suitable backup solution for your enterprise while assisting with the daily maintenance workload.

Remote Replication

Remote Replication

Assist in the construction of servers/storage devices off site to store data, connect the two networks, provide real-time operation functions, and maintain continuous service.

Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS)

Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS)

DR service focuse on the recovering speed to maintain uninterrupted business, which is in line with investment benefits and truly realizes "Always-on Business".

Backup Recovery Test

Backup Recovery Test

Use disaster drills to verify backup availability, confirm service recovery time and system recovery sequence, and enterprises can formulate SOPs for disasters on this basis.

How to find the best backup method for your business?

Formulate a backup strategy

Formulate according to business operation and risk control goals

  • RTO/RPO: RTO (Recovery Time Objective): How long can the enterprise tolerate the downtime? ; RPO (Recovery Point Objective): how much data loss can be tolerated at most?

And classify data by importance

  • Hot data vs cold data: cold data refers to the important but infrequently used data, which is not expected to be accessed within 30 days; hot data refers to the important and commonly used data, which is recently frequently accessed.

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Planning Deployment


Assess the company's operating priorities and information environment, plan and deploy software and cloud configurations

Backup Schedule


Execute backup scheduling based on enterprise data aging requirements, backup targets, network architecture, etc.

Monitoring and Operation


Execute backup mechanism setting and monitoring and adjustment, and the technical maintenance team regularly manages the backup

Recovery Test


Implement scheduled recovery drills, disaster immediate response recovery, and environmental adjustment consulting


What is the difference between backup and replication?

Backup is to copy the data you want to protect, so that you have a backup file of the target data; replication is to copy the important IT system of the enterprise in different geographical locations (off-site) for backup, in case of emergency, IT systems can be switched for backup to maintain business operations and reduce the impact of disasters.


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