Backup and Restore Massive Amounts of Data Quickly
Get back to business faster than ever with the speed and convenience of a dedicated backup and recovery server – located in your office. Onsite backups sync in real-time to our offsite data centers ensuring you always have a separate, redundant backup available. The best part? We setup your backups and manage all the equipment, eliminating hassles for you. Perfect for backing up and restoring:
Documents and Files
Applications and Program Data
Microsoft Exchange Mailboxes
SQL and Oracle Databases
Bare Metal Backups
Features and Benefits
Onsite Speed and Convenience – Offsite Data Protection
3 Year Warranty
We maintain, upgrade and replace equipment as needed.
Dedicated devices give you maximum control over your data.
Highly experienced, US based support engineers are available 24/7.
Fully Managed Service
We remotely manage and monitor the system. All you do is plug it in.
Set & Forget
Simply create a schedule and backups will run automatically.
Data transfers use 256-bit AES encryption with unique keys.
Support for Windows, Mac, and Linux. One solution for all systems.
Easy to Use
Try our 3 step wizard or request personalized assistance for free.
eSilo Backup Software
Unlimited computers and servers
Unlimited online restores
Server and Storage
Dedicated backup server onsite
Redundant offsite copy of data
All maintenance and upgrades
Full replacement warranty
Daily Backup Reports
Overnight recovery disk delivery
24/7 Live, US-based support
Database & bare metal support
Customize Your Backup Server
Flexible options to fit every need and budget
|Tower Server||Rack-Mounted Server|
|Storage Capacity||Up to 20TB||Up to 200TB|
|Dimensions||Compact, Tabletop||Large (1U–4U)|
|Server Rack||Not Required||Required|
|Data Closet||Not Required||Required|
- Hosts must be using a supported OS platform
- 256-bit AES encryption with unique customer encryption keys
- 7,000 sq ft data center facilities
- Mantrap, biometric, and key card access controls
- 24/7 monitoring of CCTV and alarms
- N+1 power redundancy