Canadian Cloud Backup offers professional cloud migration services for Canadian businesses of all sizes. From simple customer lists and documents to multi-location corporate enterprises, we can handle it all.
Regardless of how your company currently stores and handles its information, Canadian Cloud Backup can effectively and efficiently migrate it to our servers. Whether your company needs Private, Public or Hybrid storage our solutions are adaptable, nimble and secure.
Cloud Migration Made Simple
- Better managed IT budget
- Reducing hardware maintenance
- Reducing the chance of data loss
- Maximizing physical space at the facility by removing hardware needs
- Collaboration between employees and admins
- Availability of data
- Automatic backups let you focus on what is important
Availability & Collaboration
With increased use of smartphones, tablets and laptops the ability to share and edit files off-site is now seen as necessary to be competitive. Utilizing Canadian Cloud Backup allows seamless, secure file-sharing world-wide.
Canadian Cloud Backup is both HIPAA and PIPEDA compliant.
Canadian Cloud Backup uses a three-tier encryption process. First, data is encrypted on the device using a military-grade, 256-bit AES encryption before ever being sent out. Once encrypted, data is sent over 128-bit Secure Sockets Layer (SSL). Once arriving at the cloud, it is then encrypted once again in 256-bit AES. Data is only ever created, received or transmitted when encrypted.
Canadian Cloud Backup’s Ultrasafe™ allows users with highly sensitive information to store their data securely such that no one, including Canadian Cloud Backup’s engineers will be able to access their data.
Data Center & Transfer
Canadian Cloud Backup utilizes 100% Canadian Data Centers. We have also partnered with Peer1 to utilize a data center in Toronto. View information regarding our Data Centers. Furthermore, data during transit is never routed outside of the borders of Canada.
Canadian Cloud Backup (being HIPAA/PIPEDA compliant), can also be used to store the records (report cards, registrations, etc.) offsite to reduce the possibility of irreplaceable records being permanently lost. Should a disaster strike, you can restore all of your data quick and easy and get back to what’s important.