SaaS Backup & Recovery
for Business

Protect Your Cloud Application Data

KeepItSafe Cloud2Cloud Bridges the Gap

KeepItSafe Cloud2Cloud (SaaS Backup) supplies the necessary “gap coverage” between where cloud application providers leave off and customer responsibility begins. SaaS providers are under no obligation to recover your data should it get lost, exposing you to heightened risks of intellectual property loss and regulatory noncompliance.

KeepItSafe designed Cloud2Cloud to integrate with leading apps such as, Office 365 (OneDrive, SharePoint, and Exchange Online), Google Apps for Work (Google Drive and Gmail) Salesforce and Box. KeepItSafe SaaS data backup gives businesses multiple options for easily configuring, managing and scheduling all online backup activities from the same intuitive interface while meeting regulatory compliance and legal obligations.

Take control of your cloud application data with KeepItSafe Cloud2Cloud, the business SaaS backup solution that can integrates with KeepItSafe Online Backup to protect all your data, whether it resides on-site or in a third-party cloud.

In other words, your cloud data is invaluable, it needs to be protected, and it’s not going to protect itself.

Benefits of Our SaaS Backup Solution

  • Comprehensive backup, recovery and archival for Office 365, Google Suite, Box and Salesforce
  • Minimize risks with full data visibility, access and compliance monitoring across SaaS services
  • Easily search, collect and preserve data in place to support legal and compliance needs
  • Choice of frequency and granularity of backups on a data-source-by-data-source basis, ensuring data protection as long as required for compliance and business continuity
  • Federated search enables to locate files across all users, devices, and cloud applications.
  • Tamper-proof user and admin audit trails to provide transparency, traceability, and accountability.
  • Built-in legal hold workflow to facilitate the collection and preservation of relevant data.
  • Secure cloud infrastructure, policies, and procedures including SOC1 (Supersedes SAS-70 and SSAE-16)
  • Optimized WAN utilization by scheduling high-volume data transfers during off-peak hours
  • Recovery Time Objectives and Recovery Point Objectives set and achieved
  • All data securely stored and encrypted, denying access to unauthorized users
  • Data always accessible, even after cancelling SaaS/PaaS subscriptions

Salesforce.com, Google Apps, Microsoft Office 365, Amazon Web Services, and Microsoft Azure. The odds are that your organization has data running in one or more of these cloud applications. They’re an efficient alternative to traditional on-premise licensed software that organizations use every day to outsource production workloads for business functions like email or departmental apps such as CRM.

But SaaS providers are under no obligation to recover data should it get lost, exposing organizations to heightened risks of intellectual property loss and regulatory noncompliance.

In other words, your cloud data is invaluable, it needs to be protected, and it’s not going to protect itself.

How Common is SaaS Data Loss?

According to Forbes magazine, 69% of organizations are now running apps or infrastructure in the cloud, yet:

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32% of users report losing data from cloud or SaaS applications.

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Cloud app providers write SLAs that protect them from liability against customer data loss.

A recent study by the Aberdeen Group found the most common causes of lost data include:

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Don’t Cloud Application Providers Back Up My Data?

SaaS providers are quick to point out that their data is reliably backed up across multiple, dispersed data centers, protecting customer data against the most common downtime culprits, including loss of power, natural disaster, and application failures.

But that’s where the protection ends. Beyond this point (after a data field is overwritten by an end-user, say) organizations are on their own to safeguard and recover data they’ve entrusted to a public cloud. That’s where KeepItSafe comes in.

Summary

The majority of cloud providers back up customer data, but only for their own legal protection and not for your peace of mind. SaaS providers don’t specialize in backup so if they should accidentally lose your data you’ll find them insulated against liability by their service level agreements. In other words, it’s all on you.

Take control of your cloud application data with KeepItSafe Cloud2Cloud, the business SaaS backup solution that integrates seamlessly with KeepItSafe Online Backup to protect all your data, whether it resides on-site or in a third-party cloud.