Solutions for Legal Firms
Online Backup and Disaster Recovery in Legal Firms
For organisations in the legal industry, backup and disaster recovery is one of the best ways to maximize uptime, and therefore profitability. In a profession where time is literally money, being able to access and collaborate on crucial files whenever and wherever is necessary to succeed.
The flip side is that due to the sensitive nature of data in the legal industry, data loss events can be hugely expensive. Compliance and regulatory obligations mean that losing data and being unable to recover it can be hugely costly to the business.
As such, the ability to back up and restore data from industry specific software is a core competency for legal IT professionals.
Online Backup or Disaster Recovery?
To enable legal professionals to save time and money, SecuriData has developed two services that protect critical data and enable a full recovery of the entire server in the event of a hardware failure.
Online backup allows for a full restore of any selected files, folders and databases.
Disaster recovery service enables a full recovery of the production server with all operating system files, applications and data in a matter of minutes.
With SecuriData’s online backup service IT admin staff can protect customers from data loss much more effectively. IT teams can begin restoring files or databases immediately, safe in the knowledge that all backup files have been automatically tested against corruption by SecuriData’s industry leading online backup system.
SecuriData’s disaster recovery service enables businesses to recover quickly from total server failure. The SecuriData DR server (residing on premise) will temporarily bring up a working “clone” of the failed production server so that your practice can continue to function as normal until new hardware is delivered.
At this point the “clone” production server can be migrated to the new hardware at a convenient time for the practice. Total server recovery can be to any previously selected point in time to allow a server roll-back to a point prior to a server data corruption or similar event.