Using Veeam Cloud Connect, Granite Cloud delivers peace of mind, protects liability and upholds reputation
There’s a new Veeam Cloud Connect partner that safely stores client data in an off-site, guarded vault inside a solid granite mountain. It’s called Granite Cloud by Perpetual Storage.
Perpetual Storage delivers superior client service and provides a maximum security data backup environment.
The Granite Cloud Backup-as-a-Service (BaaS) solution provides online and physical infrastructure with end to end encryption, allowing clients to easily implement data backup to the cloud. Granite Cloud helps reduce capital investment and provides a strategic business alternative to help protect liability and uphold reputation.
As a Veeam Cloud Connect partner, Granite Cloud delivers an integrated, secure, cost-effective way to store backups in an off-site data repository. The solution is perfect for clients with stringent data retention and regulatory archive requirements.
“We’ve safely protected our client’s critical data for 49 years,” said Pat Lynch, co-owner of Perpetual Storage. “Thanks to our partnership with Veeam and its Cloud Connect service, we now offer Granite Cloud in our one-of-a-kind facility so clients can benefit from the convenience of internet access to encrypted critical backup data and the solid protection of our vault.”
Perpetual Storage’s Granite Cloud service is different from other off-site storage offers because the cloud backup resides inside a vault tunneled out of a solid granite mountain. It’s also different because of the potential to have cloud and physical data sets stored together in the Perpetual Storage vault facility.
Enabling companies to efficiently backup workloads to the cloud is not only good for business, because it stores critical information off-site and eliminates the need for physical transport, it’s good for the environment. Granite Cloud is unique in that the natural temperature inside the vault facility is a cool 63 degrees Fahrenheit, eliminating the need for costly cooling systems. The vault is also equipped with Kathabar humidity and air filtration systems.
The Perpetual Storage location differentiates Granite Cloud as a ‘1+’ tool in the ‘3-2-1’ backup paradigm because it’s free from natural and man-made disasters. The 3-2-1 rule of thumb is to have at least three copies of your data, to store the copies on two different media, and to keep one backup copy off-site. The cloud within the mountain, Granite Cloud, ensures backup data is completely safe and always accessible.
Perpetual Storage is 20 miles from downtown Salt Lake City, a Western U.S. metropolitan hub with an international airport. It’s one of the largest fiber hubs in the country, home to a major National Security Agency data center and part of what’s known as Silicon Slopes.
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