There are many companies out there that claim to provide Backup as a Service, but they just provide software and make you do the rest. With Keen (BaaS) you can get fully replicated Backup service which can be restored with one click when your business need it.
Backup as a service (BaaS) is a means of storing data in the cloud, on-premise, and off-premise. KEEN BaaS store files, folders, and the complete contents of hard drives for users and servers. The data is stored on an encrypted storages provided by a remote vendor via a secure network connection.
Deliver Availability for all your cloud, virtual and physical workloads designed to meet the backup demands for organizations of all sizes to reduce complexity and out-perform legacy backup with Keen engineers for fresh backups with your defined shedule.
Why companies need BACKUP-AS-A-SERVICE (BaaS) ?
The most important advantage of backup as a service compared to on-premises data backup solutions is the ease of management. There’s no need to rotate storage devices, manually move data to off-site locations, perform integrity checks and deduplication, KEEN BaaS takes care of everything.
Not only that, but KEEN offers their services for a fixed monthly fee also. Startups and businesses on tight budgets can pay only for what they really need and avoid nasty surprises caused by unreliable hardware and the human factor. Because there’s no hardware that ages and gradually becomes obsolete, the cost of ownership is usually equal to the cost of the monthly fee or cheaper.
KEEN BaaS go to great lengths to comply with safety regulations and protect their customers’ data. They usually perform customisable off-site data backups, run various testing procedures and generate reports to ensure that their clients are always up-to-date on their backups.
Why Is BACKUP-AS-A-SERVICE is Important
Data is the essence of any organization. A staggering 60% of companies that lose critical data shut down within 6 months of the loss. Data loss is often a major concern for software-as-a-service (SaaS) customers because SaaS vendors’ backup policies cannot guarantee a complete and speedy restore of lost data. Data can be put in jeopardy by user error, hacking, sync issues, or malicious insiders.
Data loss, and the worry that surrounds it, can be easily avoided by pairing SaaS applications with a complete BaaS backup and recovery solution.
Benefits of BACKUP-AS-A-SERVICE
Backup as a service offers many benefits, including:
- Convenience. The convenience offered by BaaS solutions is indisputable. BaaS is automated — once it's set up, information is saved automatically as it streams in. You don't have to proactively save, label, and track information. Rather, the convenience of BaaS allows you to concentrate on your work without worrying about data loss.
- Safety. Because your data is stored in the BaaS, you are not subject to the typical threats of hackers, natural disasters, and user error. In fact, data that is stored in the BaaS is encrypted, which minimizes the risks your data can incur.
- Ease of recovery. Due to multiple levels of redundancy, if data is lost or deleted (most frequently through individual user error or deletion), backups are available and easily located. Multiple levels of redundancy means that your BaaS stores multiple copies of your data in locations independent of each other. The more levels you have stored the better, because each level ensures that your data is safeguarded against loss as much as possible, allowing you to access a backed-up version of your data if it ever gets lost.
- Affordability. BaaS can be less expensive than the cost of tape drives, servers, or other hardware and software elements necessary to perform backup; the media on which the backups are stored; the transportation of media to a remote location for safekeeping; and the IT labor required to manage and troubleshoot backup systems.