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backup-1Versatile Managed Online Backup

Our Managed online backup solution is good for both servers and workstations at an affordable price for either,

Backup redundancy should involve using two solutions, We recommend a local backup and online, This solution can mange both. with our online backup you can backup pretty much anything you can think of including;

  • Files and Folders
  • Virtual machines (VMWare or Hyper-V)
  • System State / Active Directory
  • MS SQL
  • MS Exchange Message Stores
  • MySQL
  • Network Shared Folders

The backup software is versatile allowing restoration of a single file or a physical to virtual restoration and in the case of a virtual machine a virtual to virtual restoration helping minimise down time.

Virtual Disaster Recovery

With some disasters, restoring to physical servers is no longer an option. When this happens, our Backup can easily recover to either VMware or Hyper-V virtual servers, ensuring we can get your systems up and running as quickly as possible.
The native integration with both VMware and Hyper-V means VM system configurations are preserved during backup, enabling a direct restore to an existing or alternate VM host.

Workstation Too

Some people have important data on workstations too, such as sage or some client specific packages which do not save data to the network. You might be a user who has data on their laptop all which needs to be backed up all the time. Our managed Online Backup can help here too ensuring a daily backup is available in case you lose the device or suffer hardware or software failure


Secure end to end, while being transferred and in the storage area with Advanced Encryption, CenCom Clients can choose AES 128-bit, AES 256-bit or 448-bit Blowfish Military grade encryption. Additionally the data centres which store the data are ISO Certified and provide 99.99{b53b8f90c42e8e2d379a8faf296e29b3b07b7871cbe49d6d87e0a17a43247252} Uptime and physical security too.


Prices are based on an audit of your needs which will establish the amount of data to be backed up, the archive requirements and the services to be covered.