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Local and Cloud Backup

A local backup is a copy of your data that is stored on a device that is physically located in the same location as the original data. This could be a hard drive, an external hard drive, or a USB drive. Local backups are generally easier to set up and can be completed more quickly than cloud backups. They are also more secure, as the data is not being transmitted over the internet and is less likely to be accessed by unauthorized parties.

Cloud backups, on the other hand, are copies of your data that are stored on a remote server. These servers are usually located in a data center and are accessed over the internet. Cloud backups are more convenient as they can be accessed from anywhere with an internet connection. They are also more scalable, as you can easily increase the amount of storage you have without having to purchase additional hardware. However, cloud backups are generally more expensive and can be slower to set up and complete. They also rely on the security and reliability of the cloud provider, which can be a concern for some users.


Veeam Backup

Veeam Backup for Google Cloud, Azure, and AWS is a cloud-native version of Veeam Backup & Replication that is optimized for use with the Google Cloud Platform, Microsoft Azure, and Amazon Web Services (AWS). It allows organizations to create backups of their data and virtual machines (VMs) running in these cloud environments and store them in the cloud for disaster recovery purposes.

Key features of Veeam Backup

  • Image-based backups of virtual machines (VMs)
  • Replication of VMs to a secondary location for disaster recovery
  • Support for different storage platforms and protocols
  • Integration with a variety of cloud services
  • Automation of the backup and replication process
  • Granular restores of individual files and objects from within a VM
  • Cost savings and other benefits of using a cloud-based solution

Acronis Backup

Acronis Backup is a software solution that helps organizations protect their data and systems by creating backups and enabling disaster recovery. It can be used to create backups of physical servers, virtual machines (VMs), and cloud environments, as well as to restore data and systems in the event of a failure or disaster.

Key features of Acronis Backup

  • Support for creating backups of physical servers, virtual machines (VMs), and cloud environments
  • Support for different storage platforms and protocols
  • Automation of the backup process
  • Integration with a variety of cloud services
  • Protection of a wide range of systems, including Windows and Linux servers, desktops, laptops, and virtual environments running on VMware or Hyper-V

Why choose Gulf Infotech, Your Cloud Partner

Over 1500 Cloud Customers

We currently have more than 1000 Cloud Customers and this number is growing at a fast pace with Gulf Infotech’s heavy focus on Cloud Solutions and its subject matter expertise.

High Customer Service

After sales support is what Gulf Infotech relies on. We believe giving the best Customer Service is key to getting more business and maintaining great relations with our customers.

15+ Years of Cloud Experience

Our knowledge into cloud technologies is built over 15+ years of cloud focused solution consultation & services. This makes us beautifully understand your needs.

Business Consultation

We specialize in helping you with solutions that meet your business needs that can help improve productivity by infusing processes defined by latest technologies and solutions

Cost Effective Propositions

Solutions built by Gulf Infotech delivers great value for money with optimized return on investments using cloud propositions while compared to traditional solutions.

Security Focussed

Adopting cloud solutions are not the only key in securing your organization. We deliver cloud solutions with its necessary security implementations and upkeep strategies .