Data Backups and Recovery

Complete data backups and recovery solutions that ensure your business survives and thrives

When a disaster hits your business, are you prepared?

Your business is vulnerable to a variety of potential disasters such as blizzards, data breaches, vandalism, and hard drive failures, among others. These catastrophes have the potential to erase critical data such as financial records, infrastructure configurations, customer information, and proprietary data. Losing this data would have a significant impact on your business operations, and each day that your business remains closed due to such a disaster would result in financial losses and harm your reputation.

While unforeseen disasters cannot be prevented, Computer Magic’s data backups and recovery services are designed to help you resume full operations as soon as possible following a disaster. We offer comprehensive data backup solutions that are secure, fully managed, and automatic. Our data backup solutions are stored in data centers that are physically and digitally protected to ensure the safety and integrity of your data. In the event that you need to use your backups, our recovery planning and tools will enable you to quickly and efficiently get back to business in a matter of minutes instead of days.


When you partner with Computer Magic for data backups and recovery, you will enjoy:


You should always begin with a full backup on a regular basis, just to ensure data consistency and reliability. But not every backup should be a full backup. Most of your other backups will be incremental backups to supplement and bring up to date your latest full backup until the next scheduled full backup.

Every single piece of data your business owns should be backed up. No exclusions. The frequency of their backup schedule will depend on whether they are hot data, cool data, or archive data.

Hot data is your most critical data, especially pieces of information that you need to restore on a daily basis. Cool data refers to data that is only necessary to recover from a data loss event. Archive data is data that is only reserved for compliance and/or audit purposes.

Hot data needs to be backed up as frequently as every day. Cool data is usually backed up on a weekly basis. Archive data is usually backed up annually or even less frequently.

The purpose of the 3-2-1 backup strategy is to reduce the risk of data loss by distributing backup copies across different storage locations. This strategy ensures that you can recover your system from multiple backup locations.

To implement the 3-2-1 backup strategy, you need to have a minimum of three copies of your data: two copies backed up locally on different devices, and one copy stored in an off-site backup location, such as the cloud.

Accessing effective and reliable IT support implies that your operations will no longer be disrupted for hours or days as you wait for a technician to arrive every time you encounter a technology issue. Efficient troubleshooting and targeted solutions will also ensure that your problems do not recur, allowing your staff to work uninterrupted, and reducing maintenance costs.