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Online backup is an essential hedge against physical data disasters. Whether it’s an act of malice or an act of nature (earthquakes, floods, hard-drive devouring locusts), you never know what could hit your PC or phone, and when. Most of us stand to lose a significant store of digital possessions if our primary device disappears or is rendered inoperable.


Regardless of what the nature or the uncontrollable event could bring, you know that the company’s data is protected and safe. No need to worry about the loss of productivity during a flood, all data can be safely retrieved and accessed by employees to continue performing their daily tasks.

99% of corporate data resides on Serves, laptops, and desktops, making a robust backup solution necessary in the event of a data breach or disaster. PCLand, offers comprehensive backup solutions so you can be confident that your critical assets are fully protected. 

Our Managed IT service for data backup and recovery, included on-site and off-site storage as well as recovery using cloud storage. 

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Azure Backup delivers these key benefits:

  • Offload on-premises backup:

                 Azure Backup offers a simple solution for backing up your on-premises resources to the cloud. Get short and long-term backup without the need to deploy complex on-premises backup solutions.

Back up Azure IaaS VMs

Azure Backup provides independent and isolated backups to guard against accidental destruction of original data. Backups are stored in a Recovery Services vault with built-in management of recovery points. Configuration and scalability are simple, backups are optimized, and you can easily restore as needed.

Scale easily 

Azure Backup uses the underlying power and unlimited scale of the Azure cloud to deliver high availability with no maintenance or monitoring overhead.

Unlimited data transfer

Azure Backup doesn't limit the amount of inbound or outbound data you transfer or charge for the data that's transferred.


                       1.-  Outbound data refers to data transferred from a Recovery Services vault during a restore operation.

                        2.-  Offline initial backup using the Azure Import/Export service to import large amounts of data, there's a cost associated with inbound data.


Keep data secure:


Azure Backup provides solutions for securing data in transit and at rest.

Centralized monitoring and management

Azure Backup provides built-in monitoring and alerting capabilities in a Recovery Services vault. These capabilities are available without any additional management infrastructure. You can also increase the scale of your monitoring and reporting by using Azure Monitor.

Get app-consistent backups: An application-consistent backup means a recovery point has all required data to restore the backup copy.

  • Azure Backup provides application-consistent backups, which ensure additional fixes aren't required to restore the data. Restoring application-consistent data reduces the restoration time, allowing you to quickly return to a running state.

  • Retain short and long-term data:



Automatic storage management -

  • Hybrid environments often require heterogeneous storage - some on-premises and some in the cloud. With Azure Backup, there's no cost for using on-premises storage devices. Azure Backup automatically allocates and manages backup storage, and it uses a pay-as-you-use model. So you only pay for the storage you consume. 

Multiple storage options


With Azure Backup we can offer three types of replication to keep your storage/data highly available.

    • Locally redundant storage (LRS) replicates your data three times (it creates three copies of your data) in a storage scale unit in a data center. All copies of the data exist within the same region. LRS is a low-cost option for protecting your data from local hardware failures.

    • Geo-redundant storage (GRS) is the default and recommended replication option. GRS replicates your data to a secondary region (hundreds of miles away from the primary location of the source data). GRS costs more than LRS, but GRS provides a higher level of durability for your data, even if there's a regional outage.

    • Zone-redundant storage (ZRS) replicates your data in availability zones, guaranteeing data residency and resiliency in the same region. ZRS has no downtime. So your critical workloads that require data residency, and must have no downtime, can be backed up in ZRS.

Disaster Recovery as a Service

Our DR as a Service (DRaaS) allows companies to instantly bring systems online in our cloud when hardware failure or natural disasters occur. Combining intelligent disaster recovery software with physical and virtual appliance deployment options, you get a single on demand disaster recovery, backup, and archiving platform.

Key Features & Benefits

Cloud Spillover

Efficiently manage your backup and DR storage costs by keeping the most recent or important backups on the local appliance, with the remainder archived to the Infrascale cloud. Local and replication retention policies are managed separately allowing more effective use of your local and offsite appliance storage allocation.

Hyper-V & VMware Agentless Backup & DR

The DR cloud supports an agentless approach to backing up and recovering VMware and Hyper-V environments. Backup physical machines and recover them to existing hypervisors, or recover VMs as physical machines (P2V and V2P recovery support). Set policies to automatically protect newly created VMs to save additional time, money, and reduce risk of downtime due to human error.

Failover to the Cloud

For Winows and Linux machines, Administrators can right-click backups and choose any version of a machine’s backup to be booted and run directly in the Infrascale cloud, with RDP access to help businesses minimize downtime.

Local Disaster Recovery

Windows and Linux systems that have been backed up onto an on-premise Infrascale appliance (Cloud Failover series) can be run directly on the appliance by simply right-clicking a backup and selecting “boot.” In a matter of minutes, administrators will have VNC access to a live running machine. Once ready, the machine(s) can be powered off, backed up and recovered to production environments, including recovery to an existing vSphere environment.

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