WHY SHOULD I USE Point 2 Point Inc. DR ONLINE SERVER STORAGE TO PROTECT MY DATA?
The crux of the matter is that your online server storage will be an automated way to store your valuable data in a location far remote from your computer.
If you select your online server storage wisely, it will transfer your data across the internet to your designated storage space in a secure, encrypted manner and then continue to use high-level encryption as it stores your files and folder.
P2P solves the problem of slow restores from the cloud with its Deep Deduplication feature, which only saves changed blocks during backup, not the entire volume.
The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA) doesn't just apply to hospitals and doctors' offices.
P2P seamlessly integrates with Windows®, Linux®, and OS X® platforms, as well as Microsoft® Exchange, Hyper-V®, SharePoint®, SQL Server®, MySQL®, Oracle® & VMware®.
Integration comes standard
Server plug-ins come in many variations. Point-2-Point DR seamlessly integrates with Windows, Linux® and OS X® platforms, as well as Microsoft® Exchange, SharePoint®, SQL Server®, MySQL®, and Oracle®. For backup of virtual machines, we support Hyper-V® and VMware®.
When you are looking for a single sign-on platform and easy provisioning, our API plugs into parallels. For PSA integrations, we connect with Autotask and ConnectWise. All of this is within just one solution.
ARCHIVING YOUR DATA
Archiving is a requirement for those shops that fall under compliance regulations, such as HIPAA in the U.S., or similar rules in other countries that cover financial and healthcare-related companies. What is a requirement for some, should be a best practice for others. A good archive means data you thought was insignificant two years ago can be retrieved when it suddenly becomes critical. backup and recovery backup for disaster recovery backup and restore.
Point-2-Point DR is set up with a mechanism to clear certain files after 28 days. But it just as easy to archive these files just by marking backup sessions as 'archived.’ Once so marked, this backup will never be deleted up to and until that designation is altered.