MEET THE GREMLINS

DEFEND YOUR DATA

Who are the Gremlins? Natural disasters, theft, fire, equipment failure, viruses, user error – they’re some of the biggest threats facing small and mid-size businesses today, and they put crucial corporate data at serious risk. You can’t always stop the Gremlins, but you can protect your data from them. Do this by partnering with your IT services provider on a proactive business continuity and disaster recovery strategy supported by cloud backup.

Klepto

Driven by the pursuit of the almighty dollar, Klepto tries every trick in the book to steal valuable data from the hands of unsuspecting SMBs. Keep your data safe from theft with military-grade data encryption. Learn how Reliable Backup encrypts and secures data.

Scratch

Always hungry for delicious data, Scratch devours servers and hard disks by the millions each. Protect your business from equipment failure with redundant offsite backups. See how Reliable Backup helps you recover from hardware failure.

Mayhem

Wild and reckless, Mayhem manifests in devastating storms that can leave SMBs’ data destroyed. Safeguard yourself from disaster with dual-coast data centers. Read how Reliable Backup keeps data safe from natural disasters.

Mal

Don’t get too close to this Gremlin – Mal is highly contagious and eager to spread, corrupting and destroying the critical data it touches. Keep your data clean with unlimited backup versioning. Learn about an emerging threat at the CryptoLocker Resource Center.

Whoopsie Daisy

Criminally clumsy, Whoopsie Daisy destroys data routinely through sheer carelessness and negligence, leaving a trail of lost information in its wake. You can protect yourself from mishaps with automated backup. See how one IT Service Provider used Reliable Backup to restore files lost to user error.

Scorch

Fueled by fury – and combustibles – Scorch lives to burn through data indiscriminately and leave SMBs out in the cold. Don’t let your business data go up in flames. See how Reliable Backup helps with recovery from catastrophe.

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