Our OFFSITE BACKUP SOLUTION is an affordable, automated, offsite backup solution, for home and business users, alike.
Scalable Storage Space
We offer scalable storage space, ranging from 1Gb to 1Tb, for documents, photos, music, databases (PSTs), etc
We provide unlimited bandwidth to our backup servers, to prevent downtime and interruptions.
Uncapped- or High-Capped ADSL
While we DO offer unlimited access [bandwidth] to our backup servers, subscribers will require either, an Uncapped- or High-Capped ADSL connection, to facilitate this service.
Frequently Asked Questions
Why not simply recommend cloud storage solutions?
➢ One. Security Concerns. A number of these services have been hacked recently [1|2], while others are routinely scraped by various international intelligence agencies. 
Our backup technology are encrypted from endpoint to endpoint and NEVER stored online.
➢ Two. Sluggish Recovery. Considering South Africa’s comparatively slow broadband connection, it will take weeks [if not months] to download and recover backups from these services.
Our backup services offers virtually immediate data recovery, in case of data loss, since the data are securely stored on our own servers.
Total Cost of Ownership
R300 once-off for Registration and Configuration [required]
R50 per month for Administration [required]
R10 per GB for Data Synchronization [required]
+ R300 per hour for Training [if and when applicable]
Prices subject to change. Errors and Omissions Excluded.
The application process is simple.
Step 1: Complete and Submit our Offsite Backup Application Form. A consultant will review your application within 24 hours.
Step 2: When approved, make sure you have Ammyy Admin installed on your Desktop or Laptop PC, since we will need this to remotely install and configure the syncing software.
We require at least two calendar months written notice for any and all email@example.com
1. 2014 celebrity photo leaks (Wikipedia; 30 October 2014)
2. Adam Pash. Dropbox Confirms User Email Leaks, Adds Account Activity Feature and Two-Factor Authentication (Lifehacker; 31 July 2012)
3. Seth Rosenblatt. Sketchy Snapchat backup services leave users exposed (CNET News; 10 October 2014)
4. Graeme Burton. Leaked NSA document shows Microsoft co-operation over Prism (Computing UK; 14 May 2014)