Web hosting company, Future Hosting, an Internet Solutions provider serving small to medium-sized businesses internationally, will offer a new data protection service free of charge, to all Virtual Private Server customers.
Future Protect provides data back up every six hours, stored on a remote server. In the event of a disaster or hardware failure, the company can quickly and seamlessly restore backed up data, minimizing any potential downtime and providing an extra layer of security. Future Protect utilizes R1Soft’s revolutionary Continuous Data Protection technology to offer such frequent backups.
Charles Kowalski, COO of Future Hosting noted, ”For businesses operating on the Internet, we recognize that data security and service uptime are absolutely mission-critical. Hardware failures and other disasters are often unforeseen and unpreventable. Even so, businesses need assurances that their data will survive unexpected situations and that recovery will be quick. Future Protect meets that need and offers an important level of security.”
Currently, Future Protect backups are only available for disaster recovery. Customers are encouraged to keep their own backups to be used in the event of an accidental deletion or another case of human error. Future Protect has been automatically added at no charge for VPS customers, and dedicated server customers can elect to add Future Protect for an additional monthly fee, based on their individualized data size requirements and backup frequency. Dedicated server customers are encouraged to contact the company’s Sales department for more details about the new service.
Managed Virtual Private Server plans from Future Hosting, hosted in Dallas, Texas; Chicago, Ill.; or Seattle, Wash., starting at $34.95/monthly. Introductory plans include 300GB of monthly data transfer and 10GB of SA-SCSI disk space. Customers can choose either a cPanel- or Plesk-based management platform.
Future Hosting is an IT company focused primarily on web hosting and other high-tech internet solutions. Founded in 2000, the company has built a reputation for high-quality customer service including instant server reboots, on-demand OS reloads and 3-hour Service Level Agreements.