Secure Your Files With Cloud Backup
Hard drives are known to fail, often without warning, so prepare yourself ahead of time with a backup strategy to store your valuable pictures, videos, documents, and more. If you already back up your data, you might think that’s enough—but making sure the backups are successful is a crucial part of the process! Instead of reacting after something goes wrong, when you work with Dymin for cloud backup services our technicians will monitor your backups every day, so you can rest assured your information is safe.
Cloud Backup FAQs
Yes! Your data is encrypted before it leaves your computer and again during transit to our data center, using the same security technology as banks and government websites. Your files then remain encrypted while stored in our state-of-the-art data centers that are guarded 24/7.
Our software is programmed to back up most common user file types and storage locations. By default, the following files will be backed up:
- Photos, documents, emails, music, videos, favorited items
- Items on your desktop
- Common accounting and financial software (QuickBooks, Quicken, Great Plains, Peach Tree, etc.)
Files not listed may be excluded by default. Please check with your Dymin tech if you want to verify backup capabilities for any specific files or types.
We store up to 500GB of data.
Some companies advertise unlimited backups, but they often still have restrictions regarding the storage capacity. If you exceed what they consider to be the average amount of data used by their customers, they may cancel your account. We don’t feel this is a fair way of doing business, so we prefer to be up front with a reasonable and fair limit.
Our backup plans are sold per computer. We can back up as many as you’d like, but each additional computer does have an added cost. However, there are many ways to approach data backup, so if you have multiple computers or a lot of data, contact us to learn about your other options!
Your Dymin Tech can help you download all your files and put them back where they belong in the event that something goes wrong. Basic support is included in your backup plan, but certain programs may require additional time to “rebuild” after you’ve downloaded your backup. This is not common, but in these cases we do offer premium support as a paid service.