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Can you afford to lose data should your computer fail or it is stolen? You probably have data that can be recovered from physical copies or personal recollection, but what about the files that can never be replaced, such as financial data or pictures of your family?

There are many causes of the loss of data. Fire, theft, hardware failure, human error, etc.
Fire, theft, & hardware failure cannot usually be predicted and with hardware failure & fire, more than 90% of the time, the data cannot be retrieved. In cases of theft, it is very unlikely that the data will be returned intact because if it is located by Law Enforcement, it could be years before you are given access to the data again, due to evidence laws.

Backing up data to an external drive or other computer on a weekly or monthly basis reduces chances of data failure. However, it is still likely that data could be lost if both systems are destroyed in the same fire, stolen by the same thieves, or you simply forget to perform your backup on a regular basis.

With Global Data Link's Offsite Data Backups System (OBS), we can help ensure your data is safe around the clock. Even if fire damages your building, your computers are stolen, your drives fail, or you forget about your backups, OBS will have automatically backed up your files off-site on our servers. You could have your data restored to your computer and be back online within hours.



Nearly 10 million computers in the US and 60 million computers worldwide will suffer some sort of data loss this year!

According to Reality Times, Inc:
  A hard drive crashes every 15 seconds
  2,000 laptops are stolen or lost every day
  32% of data loss is caused by human error
  31% of PC users have lost all of their PC files to events beyond their control
  25% of lost data is due to the failure of a portable drive
  44% of data loss is caused by mechanical failures
  15% or more of laptops are stolen or suffer hard drive failures
  1 in 5 computers suffer a fatal hard drive crash during their lifetime


Bearing the above statistics in mind, consider what Relational Business Systems published about business backup practices:

  40% of small and medium-sized businesses do not back up their data at all
  60% of all data is held on PC desktops and laptops
  40-50% of all backups are not recoverable
  One-third of all computers sold are laptops


According to Harris Interactive, Inc:
  Nearly 3 out of 5 personal computer users have lost an electronic file they
    thought they had sufficiently stored
  1 in 4 users frequently back up digital files, even when 85% percent of
    computer users say they are vey concerned about losing important data
  37% of users admitted to backing up their files less than once per month
  9% of users admitted to never backing up their files
  More than 22% of users said backing up files is on their to-do list, but they
    seldom do it

Supported Operating Systems

OBS Supported Operating Systems

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  •   1 GB of disk space
      Unlimited data transfer
    •  30 days
    •   No obligation

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  • See how you can:

      Recover your files from anywhere
      Change user preferences
    •  Modify retention policies
    •  View printable reports and
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