Have you ever lost data and critical information form your computer, external hardrive or device and suffered a ‘mild stroke’! it is like a concussion, you never really know what has happened and worse, you do not know what to do and the options offered are a pain and cost an arm and a leg?
Well, suffer no more. Here comes DataBank!
DataBank provides online data storage services for all profit and non-profit making organisations. The service is a renewable subscription where you sign up, set up and back up all your valuable data online. DataBank uses set-it-and-forget approach to backup. You select the data you want to backup; everything else runs automatically in the background at flexible, predefined schedules.
If the initial data is too much to backup directly to the cloud, DataBank inbuilt seed load utility will enable you to encrypt this data to an external media and send them. DataBank then copy this data to your account after which subsequent backups will capture only the changes.
Data security is guaranteed at all stages. Backup data is always encrypted with 256 Bit AES encryption using your secret keys before upload and stored in the same format.
How Cool is that?
DataBank also comes with very impressive solutions features that guarantee efficient and reliable data protection and security.
|DATA IS 100% RESTOREABLE||COMPLETE DATA SECURITY||100 % AUTOMATED BACKUP||FAST BACKUP AND RECOVERY SPEEDS|
|NO CAPITAL EXPENDITURES||SUPPORT COMMON PLATFORMS & APPLICATIONS||COMPREHENSIVE BACKUP REPORTS||OPEN FILE BACKUP|
Databank too have very friendly personnel. They helped me once while I sorted a client issue and since then I believe recommended quite a number of people I have worked with and for.
well figured i should let you guys know about this amazing service, we will appreciate your feedback on this article too.
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