[New Year’s is a] time for businesses to begin shedding ineffective, incomplete or inconsistent backup habits… and replacing these with a secure, comprehensive, fully-automated offsite backup process.
Toronto, ON (PRWEB) January 04, 2014
Offsite storage provider Storagepipe has announced a series of limited-time promotional “New Year’s Resolution” bundles, which will be made available to customers that sign up before January 31, 2014.
For example, new clients will receive an additional two months free with any yearly order over 2TB. This promotion applies to any online backup and recovery packages including CDP, Fastback DR and Veeam solutions.
Given that human error and physical media failure are two of the leading causes of critical data loss, the New Year is an ideal time to review existing backup processes in order to shed inefficiencie, while also improving performance and security.
Annual testing and reviewing of backup processes are critical in ensuring that systems and data are adequately protected, and to ensure that established data protection procedures are up-to-date with changes in company IT infrastructure.
In fact, a recent IDC study suggests that is emerging as one of the top three IT priorities for organizations in the financial industry.
According to Storagepipe CEO Steven Rodin: “The new year is a time for rejecting of bad habits and adopting new, more positive plans. Since it’s common for people to quit smoking or start a diet on New Year’s, we thought this was also an appropriate time for businesses to begin shedding ineffective, incomplete or inconsistent backup habits… and replacing these with a secure, comprehensive, fully-automated offsite backup process.”
Storagepipe has been a leading full-service provider of off-site backup and disaster recovery services for over 13 years. Storagepipe’s portfolio of online backup, business continuity, archiving and disaster recovery services are available either directly or through Storagepipe’s broad network of white label and wholesale partners. For more information, visit http://storagepipe.com.