Backups
The most critical part of any organisation’s infrastructure and data is how reliable and secure your backups are.

Sautech offers offsite data storage and management backup services at any of our hosted data centres. All our backups are encrypted with minimum AES256 encryption stored securely in a fireproof environment.

We offer backup services of the following types:

  • User backups (PCs, My Documents etc.)
  • Fileserver backups
  • Server replication to secondary data centre
  • Entire image backup of operating systems and application configurations
  • Version control or rollback options

We offer backup services of the following types:

  • User backups (PCs, My Documents etc.)
  • Fileserver backups
  • Server replication to secondary data centre
  • Entire image backup of operating systems and application configurations
  • Version control or rollback options

Why Backup?

  • Data Loss Prevention
    We’ve all heard about or experienced a tragic loss of data. The main reason for data backup is to save important files if systems crash or hard drive failure occurs.
  • Operation Plan B
    There should be additional data backups if the original backups result in data corruption or hard drive failure. This option is best done via the cloud or offsite storage. Additional backups are necessary if natural or man-made disasters occur. Storms and warfare can lead to the destruction of servers and computers due to fires and floods. Luckily, we are in the age of cloud technology, where a data backup has become easier and more secure than ever before.
  • Tax Reporting and Audits
    Tax authorities are notorious for audits. Laws differ among countries, but it is important for companies to save financial and accounting data for tax reporting purposes. With data backup, companies can save face during audits.
  • Client Relationship
    Saved information improves client relationship management, which leads to increased marketing and sales. Additionally, saved client information builds trust and value of a company.
  • Investor Relations
    Per investor relations, data backup reduces the tedious time to compile annual reports to shareholders. Saved information symbolizes a company’s due diligence and organisation. Without data backup, shareholders cannot make informed decisions or determine a company’s value.
  • Archiving
    Backed up information streamlines the development of archives. With digital information, company history is in the making.
  • Competitive Gain
    Saved company data can be a competitive advantage because there are many businesses that fail to backup important information.
  • Improved Productivity
    With existing backed up files, companies improve productivity by reducing wasted time. Archived files lead to comparative studies of the past and present to devise a more effective plan.
  • No Wasted Time
    Data backup reduces ‘wasted time’ by preventing repetitions. Thus, employees do not have to rewrite reports.
  • Peace of Mind
    Regular data backups lead to peace of mind. In the event of a cybercrime, system crash or disaster, there is a backup ready to restart a company’s archive. It is never too late to start saving important company data. Data backup is necessary to save the business from losing investors, customers and potentially closing down.