Cloud Backup & Storage
Data Storage Centers offers a complete range of electronic data storage, backup, disaster recovery, business continuity and cloud computing solutions. Through the use of several different services, we automate the storage and retrieval of all types of digital files. We can also backup entire computer systems and provide disaster recovery in the event your system goes down. Your company’s data can be encrypted and stored both onsite and offsite in one of our data centers to meet the most stringent regulatory compliance standards.
Here is a complete list of our electronic data storage, backup and cloud computing services:
1. Critical Cloud
Before Critical Cloud, information recovery and business continuity has always been a tedious process. This service option simplifies the challenges involved with backups and disaster recovery. It meets the needs of backup users and partners in an expansive way that was not possible before. Critical Cloud is the definitive backup service for savvy businesses and those who do not have time for interruptions in their information and computing systems.
2. File Cloud
The need for a reliable platform that can backup data and synchronize easier has been needed for some time. File Cloud is here to fill that void, not to mention that this service offers full protection for any information contained in the data stored. The files can be accessed online and can also be uploaded and downloaded. These files are available on all compatible devices; they can be shared with other users and updates are automatically synchronized so that everyone can see the changes. It should be noted that public resources allow those without an account to access information.
3. Archive Cloud
Archive Cloud offers the opportunity to restore anywhere, anytime, with any device, and without limitations. Limitations are sometimes placed on cold storage or long-term backups regarding the type, size, or the version of the file, but those limitations do not apply to Archive Cloud. Archive Cloud is a service for businesses looking for long term data storage for compliance and regulatory purposes. A business owner can rest assured that any file and file type can be safely stored and retrieved indefinitely.
4. Video Cloud
Video Cloud service can back up files that are dynamic, which means that the most recent version change is securely stored. The changes are backed up automatically in real-time while still giving the user the opportunity to access any version saved before. One unique feature of Video Cloud is deleted versions can also be accessed if the need arises. The files can come from any network, and VPN is not necessary.
5. Mobile Cloud
Many businesses have been looking for a self-hosted file sync share server, and that is exactly what Mobile Cloud is. The data is accessible through any web interface, sync clients, or even a WebDAV. The platform allows the files to be viewed, synced, and shared on many devices. The architecture of the platform is open, which is possible through an API that can rival any other. The API is strong enough to deal with applications and plugins to make the platform work effectively.
6. Virtual Cloud
Virtual Cloud is one of the fastest backup systems available for virtual desktops and servers. It is also one of the most affordable options for those looking for backup platforms. The reason is no hardware is needed; it is easy to use, and it is easy to store data. It is useful for databases, web-based systems, and applications.
7. Virtual Server
A few virtual servers to consider are Microsoft Windows as well as Linux Servers. 8Gb RAM with 250 GB storage and 1 CPU could also be a virtual server, not to mention 16 GB RAM with 500 Gb storage with 2 CPUs.
8. Virtual Desktop
You can consider Windows 7 and Windows 8 virtual desktop environments.