ARO’s secure cloud backup service delivers the highest levels security, availability and ease of recovery for your critical data assets, minimising risks and costs while ensuring business continuity.
Working with us you’ll benefit from the peace of mind that your data backups will be securely stored and available 24/7, with proactive support and tailored configurations that support your specific processes and data needs.
There are many reasons why 500,000+ users trust ARO for their cyber security. Enterprise-grade backup protection is just one. From GDPR to MiFID II – our backup solutions are designed for complex requirements around data protection, legal obligations, and of course business reputations.
We specialise in solving complex data loss challenges. Particularly for enterprises where data is arriving at fast-increasing volume, variety and velocity. Zoom calls, demand for remote desktops such as Citrix, shadow IT – we’ve seen and solved it all.
With great power comes great responsibility. However, when it comes to the power of your data, responsibility is shared. Particularly for backup and security. That’s why we give you the tools to manage responsibility – across data, endpoints, accounts and access management
Our wholly owned UK data centres are connected via secure high bandwidth, low latency network
Our backup and recovery service delivery model is designed with business value at the core.
Our Cloud-flex service allows you to scale your service quickly and easily with no additional infrastructure.
More cost-efficient than building and maintaining in-house infrastructure and resource.
24/7 security and availability monitoring ensures full time protection against data loss.
Free up your people to focus on core business operations.
Backup as a Service is a cloud-based service that provides data backup, storage, and recovery solutions.
Backup as a Service automatically backs up data to a cloud-based server, allowing users to restore information when needed.
Backup as a Service provides several benefits, including scalability to accommodate varying data volumes, cost efficiency through a subscription-based model, automation for consistent data protection, and reliability through robust infrastructure and redundancies offered by service providers.
The main types of Backup as a Service are file-level backup (backing up individual files or directories), image-level backup (capturing entire system images, including operating systems and applications), and database backup (focused on backing up and protecting databases, ensuring data integrity).
Hybrid cloud backup involves combining on-premises and cloud-based backup solutions. Organisations that use hybrid cloud backup can store critical data on-premises for quick access and use the cloud for backup storage. This approach provides flexibility, scalability, and an additional layer of data protection.