Server Backup Services & Solutions

Our Server Backup engineers have the expertise you need to help you safely store your data. We help companies get reliable backup solutions they can count on.

In today’s online driven world, businesses are making use of more data than ever before. This information plays a crucial part in all the business’s operations, from payroll and billing to making customer lists and accessing consumer data.

With so much hinging on this information, making sure that it’s accessible even in an emergency is important: enter server backup services and solutions.

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What Storage and Backup Solutions Are the Most Popular?

When it comes to backup solutions, there are a variety of options available to you. While businesses must choose a solution that matches their needs, there are some popular options worth consideration. These include:

1. Direct Attached Storage

This is data storage that’s directly connected to your computer or server; this differentiates it from storage that involves connecting to a different network.

It’s easy to set up a low-cost solution. However, there is no central management and backup of the data, and this model has limited scalability, which can become an issue as your business grows. Here is a question to consider, if your building burns down your backup goes up in smoke as your other on premise hardware but if your critical data is stored in a secured data center in the cloud the data is recoverable up to the last backup.

2. Network Attached Storage

This storage solution involves the use of storage devices that connect to a network and provide file access to computers; it’s a popular solution among small businesses, as it’s not only affordable but also scalable and easy to operate.

However, this solution usually makes use of onsite data backup. This means that, in the case of a disaster, your backup may also be affected.  Same issue as any on premise storage device, if a disaster hits all data is lost but you need to consider if your systems are hit with Ransomware the Cyber attack locks down all your systems and your data.  You have to pay the Ransom and the price goes up when the attackers know they have your data as well.

3. Cloud Storage

In terms of business backup solutions, cloud storage is perhaps the most popular option today.

This backup solution allows you to save your data and information at an offsite location that’s accessible through public Internet or a private network connection.

The offsite nature of this solution means that your data is protected in case of a Ransomware attack, damage to your office, ensuring business continuity.

This solution is slightly more expensive, but easier to scale. However, there are security concerns as breaches have occurred in the past. Secure your data with 24/7 security and management using Tru Security.

These are only some of the backup and disaster recovery solutions available to you.

Be sure that the solutions you choose meet all your organizational needs, from privacy and security requirements to ease of accessibility.

There is no one-size-fits-all solution for every company. It’s Tru Technical Partners’ responsibility to help you determine the best solution for your business. Contact us today.


Backup refers to the action of making an extra copy/ copies of data. Many businesses choose to ensure that they have a server backup of all the data they use so that there is no disruption to the business in case of data loss.

This is important, as data loss can cause significant damage to a business. In fact, one piece of research found that 94% of businesses that suffer serious data loss never recover.

By backing up your data, you ensure that even in the case of damage to onsite devices, your business will always have access to the information it needs to run smoothly.

Disaster recovery:

Disaster recovery refers to the plan and process that a business has in place to re-establish access to data, IT support, and other resources in the case of an emergency.  Sometimes referred to as Business Continuity.

For example, a plan may involve switching to a different set of servers and another storage system until your primary systems are back online.

Many people think that backup and disaster recovery are the same thing. However, that’s not the case.

In the case of a server outage, you’ll need access to much more than simply backed-up copies of your data to ensure that your business continues to function. You’ll also need to have the rest of your business strategy outlined.

You’ll need to consider who will be in charge of getting applications back online, how you will handle customer relationships in the case of a data breach.

By having a detailed and well-tested disaster recovery plan, you can ensure that your business will continue working without a major interruption to services.

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