Backup as a Service (BaaS) is an approach to backing up data that involves purchasing backup and recovery services from BioXten Systems. Instead of performing backup with a centralized, on-premise equipment, BaaS connects systems to a private, public or hybrid cloud managed by us.
Backup as a Service offers many benefits for your business, including:
- Convenience. The convenience offered by BaaS solutions is indisputable. BaaS is automated — once it’s set up, information is saved automatically as it streams in or at a scheduled time. You don’t have to proactively save, label, and track information. Rather, the convenience of our BaaS allows you to concentrate on your work without worrying about data loss.
- Safety. Because your data are stored in the cloud, you are not subjected to the typical threats of hackers, natural disasters, and or user error. In fact, data that is stored in our cloud are been encrypted, which minimizes the risks your data can incur.
- Ease of recovery. Due to multiple levels of redundancy, if data is lost or deleted, backups are readily available and easily located. Multiple levels of redundancy means that your data are stored with multiple copies and in locations independent of each other. The more levels you have stored the better, because each level ensures that your data is safeguarded against loss as much as possible, allowing you to access a backed-up version of your data if it ever gets lost.
- Affordability. Our BaaS can be less expensive than the cost of tape drives, servers, or other hardware and software elements necessary to perform proper backup; the media on which the backups are stored; the transportation of media to a remote location for safekeeping; and the IT labor required to manage and troubleshoot backup systems.
We do the heavy lifting thus removing your burden of creating and supporting the backup needs. Our Backup as a Service reduces your overhead, provides options to protect data meeting your data protection needs, and shorten your time to backup and protect your on-premises data and workloads.