Protect your essential data — move backups to the cloud!

Always expect the unexpected. Particularly in business where storms, fires, floods and faulty electrical systems can damage computer equipment and data.

Smart business owners engage SpartanTec to assist them with storing critical data in the “cloud.” So what does that mean?

Store data in the cloud” refers to the practice of storing digital data in a remote server or network of servers, which are accessed via the internet rather than locally on a physical device. The term “cloud” refers to the remote servers and associated infrastructure that make up a cloud computing system.

When data is stored in the cloud, it can accessed from anywhere with an internet connection. This is in contrast to traditional data storage methods, where data is stored on physical devices such as hard drives or USB sticks.

Cloud storage is used by a wide range of businesses and organizations, from small startups to large enterprises. It is also used by individuals for personal data storage. You may have experienced that when purchasing a new mobile phone and having your contacts, photos and documents restored from the cloud at the phone store.

There are a variety of cloud storage options available, ranging from public cloud storage services such as Google Drive, Dropbox, or Microsoft OneDrive to private cloud storage solutions that are hosted on dedicated servers. The choice of cloud storage solution will depend on factors such as security requirements, cost, and the type of data being stored.

SpartanTec can implement a cloud storage plan that is private and secure from any unauthorized access. Don’t take your data for granted! Call us today for a free consultation.