BIS Backup Local/Remote
During installation, BIS Backup Local/Remote automatically detects a storage device designated for your backup data. When Local/Remote backs up, one copy of your backups is stored on the local external drive, while another redundant copy is sent to the remote Network Operation Centers. The backup data on the client’s drive is maintained with the same reliable compression (265-bit AES encryption and Versioning) capabilities as the data stored on the remote servers.
When the user needs to restore lost or corrupt files, backups stored on the local external drive can be accessed instantly without the Internet. Should anything happen to the locally-based storage device or its location the user may immediately begin the restoration process to any computer or server at any location via download from the internet or by way of next day delivery of data stored on media.
BIS Backup Pro
Business Backup Pro works much like Local/Remote; the sole difference is that data is securely and automatically transmitted to two geographically diverse; Class A Network Operation Centers located over 2,000 miles apart. This provides safe, complete and redundant copies of your data. Capable of running on any Windows operating system, BIS Backup Pro also offers daily backup verification and audits.