DR (Disaster Recovery) Plan

Setup a full replica of critical data from one location onto another physical location that can scale

A Disaster Recovery plan typically includes creating a duplicate of the original business site, with full computer systems as well as near-complete backups of user data. Following a disaster, businesses can relocate to normal operations in a matter of hours with minimal losses.

IBackup now offers Disaster Recovery plan for data for small to medium sized businesses. You can setup the Disaster Recovery plan from your office to another branch office or even to your home.

With a few simple steps, you can replicate the data that can scale, one way from the primary location to the secondary location.

Steps to setup your organization’s Data Disaster Recovery plan:

Step 1
Schedule regular transfers (Backup) from the primary center to your IBackup account. The data is transferred with all possible optimizations including encrypted and compressed delta transfers and incremental transfers - i.e. only new files and modified portions of the already backed up file(s) are backed up after the initial first backup.

Step 2
Schedule regular transfers (Restore) from IBackup account to your disaster recovery site. The data is transferred with all possible optimizations as described in Step 1.

You can optimize the schedules of your backups and restore to keep data almost mirrored between primary and disaster recovery sites, with minimal delay. This solution is reliable, scalable to multiple terabytes of data and efficient. You will have primary and secondary locations with full copy of data, and in addition, a copy available on the web accessible from anywhere.

Some key features that are part of the IBackup Disaster Recovery Solution:

  • Highly scalable and reliable
  • Data is encrypted with 256 bit AES with optional private key for additional security during transit
  • Data is never deleted from the disaster recovery site even if it is deleted from the primary site
  • Open files (such as quickbooks, outlook and other database type files) are also mirrored while they are in use