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Automated & Off-Site Backup systems periodically copy your information to a secondary hard drive and / or off-site backup system on a scheduled basis so you won't loose all your files if you have a hard drive failure, a user on your network accidentally infects your system with ransomware, or some sort of catastrophic event at your place of business.

Automated Backup Offers Many Benefits
The benefits of automated backup include: multiple redundant backups can be maintained so you don't rely on a single backup copy of your data, your files will be backed up properly even if you are not actually sitting at your computer - you do not have to oversee the backup process, if there is a problem backing up you can be automatically notified by e-mail or SMS.

Users Don't Have To Stop Working
Another convenient option you have with an automated backup system is that you can backup your data when your business is closed so users don't have to stop what they are doing to during the work day to make backups.

Off-Site Backup Disaster Recovery
In the event your business suffers a catastrophic event, such as a fire or flood, off-site backup provides you with a way to recover as quickly and easily as possible. Backups are stored securely in a remote data center, and your files can be restored immediately to any PC with an internet connection by logging into your off-site backup account.

You  Can't Afford Not To Have It
Automated / Off-Site Backup systems are your primary line of defense against data loss due to hard drive failures or unexpected disasters and one of the best investments you can make. With external hard drives as big as 3 terabyte (1 terabyte = 1,024 gigabytes) being so inexpensive, even the smallest business can afford to install and use an automated backup system. Off-Site Backup service starts as low as $5.95/month per PC and only $.75/month per GigaByte of storage (10GB minimum).