Think about the worst and be prepared if it happens!
eKeeper Remote Backup Service (RBS) is a remote data backup system that allows you to store your critically irreplaceable data at a secure offsite location. Using powerful encryption and compression technologies, eKeeper RBS protects you from the thing that we cringe to think about the most – a disaster. In the event of a disaster, eKeeper can give you the most recent copy of all your data, allowing you to continue business and service your customers as if nothing was wrong.
eKeeper RBS can be configured to run on a daily or a weekly basis, sometimes both, but it depends on the size of the data to be transmitted as well as the speed of your Internet connection. We use a very strong compression algorithm that can generally achieve a 4:1 compression ratio for most data types. When your data is transmitted to our remote facility, we use industry standard encryption technologies to ensure the safety and privacy of your data. We want to ensure that no one can tamper with your data or be able to view it while it is in transit to our remote facility.
At our remote facility, we keep both fully functional online copies of your data should you ever need to access it for any reason. Additionally, we perform daily tape-based backup of all eKeeper RBS data as well to ensure that any failure of our systems will not jeopardize the accessibility of your data when you need it.
The ‘eKeeper’ system of logging problems works well for us by providing employees with a way to communicate problems and get solutions and feedback quickly.
—Virginia Nilles, Director, Muncie Public Library
If you are interested in learning more about eKeeper Remote Backup Services, please contact us and we will be happy to discuss how our system can help ensure your critically irreplaceable data is safe and sound.
Remote Backup Service Features
- Powerful Encryption Technology
- High Compression Ratio
- Daily And/Or Weekly Backups
- Online & Tape Backup Copies of Your Data
- Helps You Quickly Recover Your Data After A Disaster