Simple, automated and secure backup for data – should the worst happen
Business Continuity Services
Do you store data in the cloud, for example in Microsoft 365 and Google Workspace? It’s a good business decision to do so, but the popularity of these solutions also makes them a popular target for cyber criminals. The Hughes Business Continuity service provides a cost-effective way to minimise any disruption caused by a security breach.
Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) apps have fundamentally changed the way companies do business, enabling them to take advantage of economies of scale and reduce IT infrastructure costs. While these apps offer many advantages, one thing they can’t do is completely protect your business data from external threats.
Large companies put in place disaster recovery facilities, typically servers in physically protected data centres that ensure business continuity in the event of security breaches and other seriously disruptive events. But this type of network security service is prohibitively expensive for most companies.
Comprehensive backup and recovery
We have the answer, with Hughes SaaS Protection. This provides simple, automated and secure backup. With our business continuity services and our expert help, you can avoid downtime and keep business data more secure – and avoid a data disaster.
Hughes SaaS Protection is a cloud-to-cloud backup solution that is used to protect thousands of businesses every day. It offers comprehensive backup and recovery for critical cloud data that lives in Microsoft 365 and Google Workspace applications. This includes OneDrive, SharePoint, Teams, Gmail, Google Drive, and more.
Our business continuity services have flexible restore options allow you to recover lost data quickly, while retaining file and folder structures in Microsoft 365 and Google Workspace (formerly G Suite).
With automated, continuous backups, you can protect Microsoft 365 and Google Workspace applications against accidental or malicious deletion, ransomware attacks, and other cloud data loss with automatic backups performed three times daily.