Recover your data in the event of loss or deletion.

Losing your data can be catastrophic and in an increasingly competitive market where customers are reliant on businesses being constantly available spending too much time offline can have a devastating effect on your longevity and success.

Studies show that the majority of businesses fail to recuperate after suffering a significant data loss, which is why we believe in taking a proactive and not a reactive approach to your data protection.

Experienced Data Backup & Recovery Team

Let our team of experts work with you to implement a comprehensive data backup in your business, so if the unthinkable does happen, the damage can be mitigated quickly and efficiently – and your data is protected.

We work with you through every step of the way, from fitting our exceptional encrypted USB data backup system to inputting the right protocols and plans to ensure your data gets collated and stored efficiently.

Why Does Your Business Need a Data Backup Plan?

Cyber attacks can devastate the organisational operations of any business. Locking you out of your data, or worse, corrupting or deleting it, can completely shut down your business, losing you both profit and customers.

A data backup plan is essential to retaining your valuable data and mitigating the damage of any potential loss. By backing up your data you’re enabling your business to continue operating to as close as normal as possible, reducing the amount of downtime your business will need to take to regenerate and the amount of loss.

At Evolvit, we believe backing up your data into an encrypted USB, in a remote location, is the most secure way to collect and store your most important data.

What is Encrypted USB Backup?

USB backup is the practice of consistently copying your data from a primary storage device to an encrypted USB drive so the data can be recovered if there is a hard disk crash or failure in your home, or business.

Developing from the traditional medium of tape, USB backups are the future of the backup and archival of data, using essentially the same process, but with a faster and more reliable outcome.

Whilst the cloud is becoming increasingly popular, we believe encrypted USB backup is the primary and best method for a larger amount of data retention, and its advanced functionality includes a number of other benefits that make it our recommendation over cloud based backup strategies.

  • Cheaper cost per gigabyte
  • Larger capacity for the storage, archiving and recovery of data
  • Easier mobility
  • Significantly faster straight-line speed
  • Provides rolling backup

How EvolvIT Can Help

As data protection experts, we’ve helped a multitude of businesses set up holistic data backup strategies, from small businesses to multinational corporations.

After assessing your existing IT infrastructure, we can advise you on implementing the correct procedures to properly protect your data. Taking you through the setup, training and remaining on hand afterwards to monitor your progress, and offer help.

We utilise our own in house system, CopyIT, or a trusted third party software like Veeam, to backup your software overnight. We’ve been using both systems for years, knowing each of them inside out, so you can rest assured your data is always locatable, and in the right hands.

Case Studies

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Migrate from in House IT to EvolvIT

Moving away from an in house IT solution to an outsourced one

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Migration to 365

Migration to Cloud based solutions such as 365 and away from SBS.

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Plant-ex Ingredients Ltd

Migrating on premises servers to our Hosted solution.

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Project Maintenance

Project Maintenance

Small office network setup, computer support and broadband installation.

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Evolvit Blog

Disaster Recovery Plans for Remote Working

26th July 2021

When outages and systems go down in the office, the effect is immediate. A sudden buzz of activity, your team leader or supervisor cascading directions–you see the organisation bristling to life to defend itself in the event of a natural disaster or cyberattack.

Over the past year, the pandemic has thrown a wrench into the disaster recovery plans of most companies. Most, if not all businesses, have found a large portion of their workforce suddenly working from home. Many have had to use devices outside of the company network, sacrificing security for function. “The challenge COVID presented was the speed at which companies had to enable their employees to work remotely. It is possible that some security controls were bypassed, shortchanged, or not anticipated as a result,” says Nasrin Rezai, CIO at Verizon.

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Minimising Cloud Complexity

30th June 2021

Ease of use, accessibility, and scalability has made cloud computing services very appealing for companies in all sectors and of all sizes, driving growth by over 380 percent in just the past decade.

The cloud market is a vast landscape that has grown to encompass every business function, from hosting storage to managing leads. This means businesses have their pick of providers, and most have been quick to migrate workloads and functions. Nearly all enterprises use some sort of cloud service, and around 80 percent of workloads are hosted on the cloud.

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Thick, Thin, and Zero Clients: Pros and Cons

30th June 2021

In a remote desktop environment, clients are software or devices that enable access to cloud-based applications and stored data. Depending on your needs, there are various ways for these portals to be configured.

There are three common types: thick, thin, and most recently, zero clients.

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