Remote Backup Service

SAN-based remote backup storage to protect your data and business.

Backing up your data and having a remote backup storage set-up is essential for the short and long term future of your business. Important data on your server must be backed up to a secure location in case of hardware failure, data corruption, or human error.

HostDime's provides this sense of data security with our proprietary developed Remote Storage Service, backed by a SAN-based storage array. SANs are a more effective back up and disaster recovery set-up due to its storage replication ability. This SAN-based solution is highly scalable to your evolving needs, with extra capacity added as required.

HostDime's remote storage service is available to EVERYONE, not just for our clients. Simply mount our remote storage service to your server, even if you are with another provider. This maximizes redundancy and improve overall performance to your current server build.

HostDime has remote storage systems in the United States, United Kingdom, and Brazil. Choose the facility located closest to your server or business to receive the fastest transfer speeds possible.

If you'd like to order more than 300GB please contact our in-house team for further assistance.

The Benefits of HostDime's Remote Backup Storage Service

Here's just some of what you can do with HostDime's Remote Storage System:

  • Allow automatic access to your data from any location securely.
  • Enable virtual expansion of your local storage space.
  • Use as a centralized spot for your data across multiple devices and servers.
  • Access and manage your data via FTP, SFTP, SCP, NFS, CIFS, and RSYNC.

Be proactive instead of reactive when protecting your business. Over 50% of businesses never recover after a large scale data disaster. Businesses that survive and thrive have a response plan to disaster BEFORE it happens. When downtime or disaster occurs, rest easy knowing you can recover all your files, software, and functionality quickly and hassle-free with HostDime.