First, a full image of your server in question (whether it
is your email server, the server for your case records
database, your firm’s share folder, etc.) is created on a
backup and disaster recovery machine, also known as a
BDR. The BDR acts as a primary storage device for
backups at your firm’s physical location.
In the event that your server fails, you can transition over to the BDR quickly and painlessly, with little downtime and virtually no loss of productivity. The BDR uploads its backup to a secure cloud storage platform, ensuring an extra layer of redundancy.
In the event that both the physical server and BDR are incapacitated, you can run your firm off the cloud. File-based backup software running off of any desktop or computers used in your firm saves all of the files and folders created by your employees and allows you to restore them in the event of hardware failure, accidental deletion, or any other such issue.