- Offsite Storage.
Data is first Backed up to our data servers in Cork and then replicated on our servers in Dublin.
The data is stored in an encrypted format.

- Software.
We supply the software free of charge which you can install on multiple computers/servers and on multiple

- Subscription
Your subscription is based on the number of gigabytes of space you wish to reserve on our servers.

- Compression.
The data is compressed on your computer prior to transmission.

- Encryption.
There are two rounds of encryption.
1. Data is first encrypted with a 256 bit AES/Blowfish Encryption by the backup software on your computer before being transferred.
2. The data transfer to the offsite server uses a Thawte SSL certificate (as used in online banking and purchases) to further encrypt this encrypted data using a 128 bit algorithm

- Encrypting Key.
The encrypting key is supplied by you and is known only to you.

- Retention Period.
You choose the retention period that best suits your needs.

- Automatic & Scheduled Backups
Advanced software backs up automatically on the settings of your choice and runs while the system is idle

- Incremental Backup
Ensures speed of future backups by backing up in the tiniest of fractions

- Daily Status Updates & Notifications
You receive email notifications of what is been backed up, missed schedules, errors or when any changes are made to your account.

- Web Interface.
Your password protected account on our server can be accessed from any computer with an internet connection. This allows you to restore files to any computer, anywhere, or to customise your backup settings from anywhere.


UK Survey Of legal and financial professionals- October 2005:
Of those that had backups - when asked to do a test restore for the survey a 48% of the backups would not have saved their critical data in a real life scenario.
• 60% of companies that lose their data will shut down within 6 months of the disaster.
• 31% of PC users have lost all of their files due to events beyond their control.
• 6% of all PCs will suffer an episode of data loss in any given year.
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