Late Friday afternoon one of our clients accidently deleted critical files from their server via a workstation. How did this happen? Their main practice software provider sent some less-than-crystal-clear instructions on how to correct an error caused by a power loss, and the user deleted all the files in a folder, not just certain ones. It could have happened to anyone.
So the user setup a Restore job and started downloading the 4 gigabytes of files that had been properly backed up with Enveloc. Unfortunately, the power outage must have affected their router because their internet connectivity was off and on. Power blinked again during the night and stopped their download.
Our response Saturday morning was to copy the Restore job to media and deliver it to the user. Had she been located farther than 50 miles, we would have sent it by overnight express. We also provided her immediate support to help her restore the files to an alternate folder so that her software provider could assist her in rebuilding her system. Now, Monday morning, they are back in business.
If you are using one of the consumer-oriented backup servers ask yourself this: when you urgently need a large set of data restored to keep your business running, will your backup service react as quickly? At no charge? With live human beings?
Try Enveloc today with our no-risk guarantee: if you are not completely satisfied within the first thirty days, there will be no charge.