Off-Site Backup and Disaster Recovery


Are you protecting your most valuable business asset? What would happen if you lost all the data on your computer or file server? 

MD Technology Services’ Remote Backup is a service that reliably backs up your mission critical data every day to an off-site storage server. The process is quite simple: your computer contacts our storage server via the internet and securely transfers your data in a compressed and encrypted file.

Service includes:
  • Free Installation and Configuration
  • 256-bit AES Encryption
  • Automatic Backups
  • Free Technical Support
  • Free Restores
  • Free 24/7 Emergency Support
  • Support for Microsoft Exchange
  • Support for Microsoft SQL

    As part of our FREE Network Audit, we
    offer a complimentary Backup and Disaster Recovery (DR) audit to identify where you are most vulnerable to data loss. We’ll also show you how to create an effective DR 
    plan to be utilized in the event of an emergency.

FREE 2-Hour Network Audit Includes:

  • Diagnose any ongoing problems or concerns you are currently experiencing with your network
  • Verify the integrity of your data backups
  • Look for hidden viruses, spyware, and loopholes in your network security that could allow hackers and viruses to compromise your network and confidential information.
  • Review your server logs to uncover developing problems and conflicts that will turn into unexpected down-time.
  • Answer your questions about upgrades, adding new equipment, remote access, or any other project you have in mind.

To request a FREE, no-obligation audit, Contact Us Today!

True Facts about Data Backup:

  • The average failure rate of disk and tape drives is 100% – ALL DRIVES WILL EVENTUALLY FAIL.
  • Only 34% of companies test their tape backups and, of those who do, 77% have found failures.
  • The Government reports that over 75%
    of businesses that have a major data loss
    go out of business within 18 months.
  • Over ½ of critical corporate data resides
    on unprotected PC desktops and laptops.
    Key causes for data loss are:
    • 78% Hardware or system malfunction
    • 11% Human error
    • 7% Software corruption or program malfunction
    • 2% Computer viruses
    • 1% Natural disasters
    • 1% Other
  • Only 25% of users frequently back up
    their files, yet 85% of those same users
    say they are very concerned about losing important digital data.
  • More than 22% said backing up was on their to-do list, but they seldom do it.
  • 1 in 25 notebooks are stolen, broken or destroyed each year.
  • Today’s hard drives store 500 times the data stored on the drives of a decade ago. This increased capacity amplifies the
    impact of data loss.
  • You have a 30% chance of having a corrupted file within a one-year time frame.Source: VaultLogix