As more organisations move towards a cloud-based solutions critical data is becoming increasingly important. This blog will explore the possibilities of a Fully Managed Backups Solution and the benefits of this design. To learn more about the individual types of backups and best practice check out this blog.
Introducing Fully Managed Backups
Fully managed backups are a type of service provided by a third-party or cloud provider. These providers take full responsibility for the backup and recovery of your data. With fully managed backups services the provider take care of all aspects of the backup process. This includes configuring, scheduling, monitoring and verifying backups.
This type of backup service is designed to provide businesses with complete backup solutions. Intern, this reduces the need for internal IT staff to manage backup processes. Furthermore. freeing up internal staff to focus on alternative high priority tasks. A fully managed backup solution can help organisations to ensure compliance with data protection regulations. Not only this, organisations can minimise risks of data loss due to hardware failure, human error, or malicious attacks.
Benefits of Fully Managed Backup Solutions
Moving on, this table explores the benefits of fully managed backup solutions. A fully managed backup solution can provide businesses with a range of benefits including improved data security, enhanced reliability, simplified backup management and compliance with regulations.
|Reduced Risk of Data Loss||A fully managed backup solution reduces the risk of data loss by ensuring regular backups are taken and providing reliable restore options in the event of data loss.|
|Improved Data Security||Managed backup solutions typically include encryption and other security measures to ensure data is protected during the backup process and in storage.|
|Greater Scalability||Fully managed backup solutions can be easily scaled up or down to meet changing data storage needs, without the need for additional hardware or IT staff.|
|Enhanced Reliability||Managed backup solutions typically use redundant hardware and multiple data centers to ensure data is always available, even in the event of hardware failure or natural disasters.|
|Simplified Backup Management||With a fully managed backup solution, businesses can delegate backup management tasks to an experienced provider, freeing up IT staff to focus on other business-critical tasks.|
|Compliance with Regulations||Managed backup solutions can help businesses meet regulatory requirements for data protection and retention, ensuring compliance with laws and regulations.|
|Predictable Costs||Managed backup solutions typically offer predictable costs, with pricing based on the amount of data being backed up, making budgeting easier for businesses.|
What is the Next2IT Solution?
Next2IT offer a co-managed and fully managed backup as a service platform, this ensures business data is always backed up and available to restore. Our co-managed service provides businesses with the ability for their service desk to restore users’ OneDrives, Sharepoint, Teams and Exchange items. Our clients can use the Next2IT self service portal to allow users to restore data from their own backups when needed. Admins of the organisation can fully customise these features to fit the needs and wants of the organisation.
Moreover, utilising Next2IT’s backup services, businesses can ensure their business critical data is stored securely offsite and can easily be restored in the event of data loss. We recommend as part of any disaster recovery plan to have a secure cloud-based data repository for backups. This provides additional layers of protection against unexpected data loss and allows organisations to quickly restore information. By outsourcing to Next2IT, organisations can focus on their core operations without worrying about the security.
Critical data is becoming increasingly important, with a fully managed backup solution organisations can expect a number of benefits. Finally, through improved data security and increase in IT support availability many organisations are moving toward outsourced Fully Managed Backups.