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Business Continuity Made Agile


Your Business can't afford downtime. Thatt's why we know that you expect to be able to recover anything, anytime, anywhere. You need a solution that guarantees recovery times with zero failure and you don't want to hear about upgrading your backup systems, buying more disk space and getting training for some new solution.

Hybrid-Cloud backup & recovery can provide better coverage to recover your critical systems and data, replacing your legacy systems (older technology) with little impact to internal resources or the bottom line.


Every business has challenges that impact operations. Human error, computer and server failures and even natural disasters can affect any business. So how do you prepare to make sure your business stays running?

Just like your car comes with a spare tire, your business needs a simple and effectie solution to get "back on the road" in the event of a data, system, or even complete business outage. It may only happen a few times in your life, but it happens to every business eventually.


To prepare for the "when" (and not "if"), you need a backup solution in place that allows your business to recover, regardless of what application, data set, server or location suffers a failure.

By backing up to the cloud, you have a copy of every part of your business ready and available. By using the cloud, you acheive a recovered business without expensive hardware, complex systems and one more thing to support. Instead, your critical data is securely backed up using state-of-the-art compression technology, allowing your Internet connection to quickly backup and recover your critical data and systems.


You don't need to worry about new hardware or expensive backup systms; cloud backup and recovery is billed as a low (fixed) monthly expense. (based on your usage, so your backup costs only grow as your business does.)


Simply put, we provide assurance. Flickertronics hybrid-cloud backup & recovery, powered by IASO, gives you peace of mind when it comes to your ability to get your business back up and running

  • FASTEST RECOVERY POSSIBLE - the fastest restore source (cloud or local) is automatically chosen to make sure your data is recovered as quickly as possible

  • ANYTIME, ANYWHERE RECOVERY - With optional synchronization to local storage, you can rest assured that a backup is available at any location, with or without the Internet.

  • PRIVACY, SECURITY, COMPLIANCY - Backups and recovery are transmitted over a secure channel with a private encryption key so only you can see your data.

  • NO CAPITAL EXPENSE - Backup and recovery cost shift to a amnageable on-going expense that only grows as your business does.

  • Data is stored in encrypted format (AES-128, AES-256 or Blowfish 448) with an encryption key that is known by the Customer only

  Flickertronics Remote Backup software automatically backs up your important data in the background without you even knowing it is there. After the initial backup routine is set up, you will never have to worry about your data again.

  • Backups files even if they are open
  • Can back up other systems by mapping network drives
  • Easy Installation and Help
  • Eliminates the Need for Expensive Backup Equipment and Media
  • Managed Backup Servers Ensure Data Safety
  • Automatic, Unattended Online Backups
  • Secure - Up to 448-Bit Encryption
  • Assists with HIPAA Compliance
  • Extreme Compression - Up to 90%
  • Automatic File Selection
  • Easy, Quick Restores
  • Keeps Multiple File Versions
  • Point in Time Restores
  • Network Support for Mapped Drives
  • Configurable Retention Period
  • Archivng Available


How does Remote Backup Work?

Remote Backup works basically like regular data backup software, with one important difference. Instead of sending backups to a tape drive or other media attached to the computer it is backing up, Remote Backup sends the backup over the Internet, regular telephone lines or network connections to another computer safely offsite. It does this (usually) at night while your computers aren't being used.


  It's completely automatic. In fact, you may even forget it's working. Don't worry though as the backup process sends you an email upon completion of each backup. Most businesses put their lives on the line every night and don't realize it. With businesses depending more and more on the data stored in their computers, proper backups are becoming much more critical.

Remote Backup accomplishes several essential steps that are often overlooked or done improperly by other backup software - especially in the regular non-automated backup systems.

  Backups are done on schedule. Most businesses don't do this. For one reason or another, they don't keep a regular backup regimen. Usually it's because the person responsible for doing backups (if there is one) is too busy doing something else, or someone is using the computer when it's time for a backup, or they simply forget. Since Remote Backups are done with automated software usually at night, when nobody is using the computer, backups are always done on schedule.  
  The correct files are backed up. Ordinary backup software is often installed with a list of files to be backed up. This set of files usually represents the state of the system when the software was installed, and often misses critical files. Further, it often fails to back up files that get added later. Compounding this problem, VERY few businesses take the trouble to reset their backup software regularly to include new files.

Remote Backup solves this problem by constantly reevaluating your computer system, adding files to the backup as needed. Multiple copies of files are stored using a sophisticated version control system unavailable in most other backup software of any kind. This is much too important to overlook.

The general definition of proper backups requires redundancy. One must keep multiple copies of the same files at different points in their development, called versions. As an example, you should have a different copy of each backed-up file for each backup session. Further, you should be able to easily restore any of your files up to any given point in time. Banks do it, big corporations do it, and so should small businesses. Only Remote Backup has such an easy to use version control system.

  Backups are encrypted for complete security. Would you want someone to be able to slip one of your backup storage media into a pocket and take it to your competitor? It happens all the time. Tape backups are not generally encrypted, so anyone can read them and gain access to your client database, billing records, payroll, tax info, and everything else on your computer.



Remote Backup encrypts its backups for complete security so nobody, not even Flickertronics can read your files. Finally and most importantly - Backups are immediately sent offsite and stored safely away from your computer and your business. This is where almost every business makes its biggest mistake. Even if you do everything else perfectly, your backups are of little use if your building burns, or you are unable to physically recover your storage media from the premises. Most small companies who do backups leave the storage media in the building with the computer, where they can be destroyed right along with the computer.

Of course, you can see that this would be a problem in a fire or flood or an earthquake. But it's also useful in emergencies where businesses are forced to evacuate their offices quickly. Even businesses that do backups and have good, undamaged storage media have to shut down. Many go out of business simply because they don't have access to their data.

Remote Backup solves this problem by automatically storing this valuable data at a location off-site. So, a business can be back up and running with new computers and their latest data in short order.



Flickertronics Managed Backup Service uses only data center facilities that meet the rigorous standards and compliance needs of global businesses - meaning data is stored in state-of-the-art, secure and network-rich, ultra-reliable and energy-efficient centers with simply the highest standards of infrastructure design providing 99.999% availability.

Our Managed Backup solution is a key part of our Managed Continuity offering  -  Managed Continuity Flyer


The bottom line? You can rest easy knowing that your data is stored where they have the ultimate protection, attended to and manned 24x7x365 by an International staff of Engineers and Technicians. Having Data Centers in seperate geographical locations, with worldwide datacenter availbility, ensures your critical data will always be there!

Data Storage

  • American data is stored in the USA
  • Canadian data is stored in Canada
  • UK data is stored in the UK
  • Dutch data is stored in the Netherlands
  • German data is stored in Germany
  • Australian data is stored in Australia
  • Rest of World data is stored in partner specified datacenters

Data Center Certification

Data Center Certification
Canada - TR SSAE16 SOC-1 Type II
United Kingdom ISO / IEC 27001:2005; PCI-DSS
The Netherlands ISO / IEC 27001:2005; PCI-DSS
Germany ISO / IEC 27001:2005; PCI-DSS
Australia ISO / IEC 27001:2005; PCI-DSS

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