The solution means that the business doesn't need to find backup windows, and the staff to monitor the backup process. The appliance itself can provide a week or two of data, acting effectively as a local cache -- so a single file or folder can be made visible quickly on the local network. Two or three months' worth of data is stored offsite.
If a disk fails in the Bakers Delight data centre, a version can be mounted locally from the appliance. In the case of a fully fledged disaster, Global Storage staff can run a DR process based on the offsite data.
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