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Know your data is easily recoverable if the worst happens


Everyone has lost data before. It is why we have backup technologies to ensure against accidental loss. However, backups alone are not enough to ensure the safety of your data. If your backups are not regularly tested to ensure that your data can be efficiently restored, your business may be in jeopardy of experiencing an extended systems outage, costing you money and reputation in the face of your clients.

eKeeper Disaster Recovery (DR) can help you ensure the validity and robustness of your backup strategy. By creating a ‘blank-slate’ test environment, along with your backup media, we can help find out how well your backup strategy serves your needs. From simple data recovery to bare-metal and complex, multi-system restore procedures, eKeeper DR will show you how your backups perform, the time it takes to perform various restoration tasks and what, if any, issues prevent your backups from getting you up and running as quickly as possible.

And if we find issues with your backups, our team of highly trained experts can help you quickly isolate the cause and get your backups back in shape again. It is a natural part of our central philosophy – be prepared for everything and have the help you need when you need it.

eKeeper DR – your data is that important!


How often should backups be tested?

This is a tricky question because it really depends on the dynamic nature of the system being backed up, but a general rule for many systems is once or twice per year. This helps to ensure that there are no surprises when you need to restore your system.

How do we get our backup data to you for testing?

The easiest method of delivery is using external/removable media such as a USB hard drive. A variety of tape-based media is supported as well but this method of delivery generally lengthens the testing process.

Can you help me figure out what is wrong with my backups if testing fails?

Yes – Our team of backup & recovery experts can help you isolate the cause of the problems and create recommendations to get your backups on track again.