Disaster & recovery with Backup in the cloud for companies

Complement the internal copies of your server with a backup in the cloud to have safe your business in case that you have an incidence

MCB (Mildmac Backup Cloud) provides a reliable copy of the main server business-critical information located in your company, and provides a contingency plan in the event of critical advocacy


  • A VPN wil be used to connect the client server to the NAS that is in the cloud. Insurance certificate and encryption will be used
  • Backup to be performed on the server will be encrypted, so that in the event of loss or theft of the information, it may not be visible
  • AES – 256 encryption, highest and safest


  • Agreed with the customer
  • Complete copy once a week, preferably on the weekend, if the size of the image is large, to optimize traffic
  • Incremental copy the rest of the days of the week: bundles of data modified since the last backup will only be sent


  • Local Option: Restoring from external drive or NAS that exist in local site. This method is the fastest since the backup is located in the client’s own office.
  • Remote option: restoring from the cloud backup. Two possibilities:
    • Restoring the backup on the client over the Internet through the VPN to any machine
      available in the network
    • Dump the backup image to a disk and provide it to the customer


  • Router on the client to establish and configure the encrypted VPN with the cloud
  • Local device to carry out local copies. An external drive connected by USB to the server, or preferable, a NAS on the network
  • Advanced backup software installed on the server that will perform the backups to the local device and after synchronized with the cloud
  • The customer´s Internet line should be an optical fiber with good bandwidth. Recommendation: 300/30 Mbps (depending on the volume of information).


  • Scalability: we can hire space as we need.
  • Integrity of backups: backup tapes can deteriorate in our facilities, server or any other element can fail.
  • Redundancy failover: keeping copies in a data center will give us a redundancy failover that would be very expensive to maintain in local.
  • Disaster prevention: keep safe your company data, outside of it, in a safe place in the event of a disaster (fire, flood), theft, a virus in the server, or the network, or even hardware damage.
  • Simple recovery process: data can be recovered by loading the backup on the hard disk of the same machine or other separate machine, so the fall time is the minimum possible