Backup & Disaster Recovery

Let us design, install and manage your BUDR platform to ensure business continuity in the event of disaster.

DON'T Wait Until Disaster To Develop Business Continuity

Time is already running out

If you're unsure of your current BUDR strategy and struggling with your Business Continuity Plan (BCP), we can help.

In this day and age its a matter of ‘when’ and not ‘if’ your business is compromised by either unintended disaster or malicious cyber criminals.
Cloudpush will help you stop the countdown to unrecoverable disaster by utilising our Managed BUDR solutions!

How Cloudpush can help with BUDR

Protecting Your Business From Disaster

Fully Managed

A fully managed BUDR solution from Cloudpush comes with 247 support, monthly testing, reporting and 100% success rate. Our technicians ensure not only a succesful backup job but regularily test the integrity of the backups!

Design & Install

Regardless of the complexity of your environment or where it's natively stored, we'll ensure an economically viable BUDR solution which secure your data and safeguards your business continuity. We advise as a bare minimum a 3-2-1 backup strategy.

Private Cloud

Our backup solutions take into account your individual requirements. We can help with infrastructure replication, recovery and Business Continuity Plans in addition to regular DR testing. All wrapped and managed by our technical teams.

Cloud Backup

With the recent move to Microsoft 365 and similar platforms such as Infrastructure as a service we've noticed businesses accidentally ignoring their BUDR strategy. These platforms dont natively come with BUDR. Dont be caught out!

Backup & Disaster Recovery Services (BUDR)

Cloupush Will Help You With Business Continuity

Your organization cannot afford to neglect backup or disaster recovery.

For most organizations, backup and disaster recovery strategies are absolutely critical to maintain the health of the business.

Whatever you do, don’t wait to assess your strategies. Backup and disaster recovery plans can help only if they are designed, deployed and tested long before they are needed.

Things to Consider

Key Terms When Developing BUDR and BCP


Recovery Time Objective (RTO) represents the amount of time a system can be down and not result in significant damage to a business. As you look to set your RTO, you’ll need to consider how much time you’re willing to lose—and the impact that time will have on your bottom line.


Recovery Point Objective (RPO) refers to the amount of data over a period of downtime you can afford to lose in a disaster. You might need to copy data to a remote data center continuously so that an outage will not result in any data loss.


Failover is the disaster recovery process of automatically offloading tasks to backup systems in a way that is seamless to users. You might fail over from your primary data center to a secondary site ready to take over immediately.


Restoration is the process of transferring backup data to your primary system or data center. The restore process is generally considered part of backup rather than disaster recovery.

Let Us Evaluate Deployment Options

Let us deploy and manage your BUDR

The next step in designing a disaster recovery plan is to evaluate deployment options.

Do you need to keep some disaster recovery functions or backup data on premises? Would you benefit from a public cloud or hybrid cloud approach?
We will present all the options to you and advise how best to move forward with your DR strategy.

Cloudpush Backup & Replication Strategies

While it may sound like a rule for kids, the “3 2 1 backup rule” is something that helps save organizations from the brink of disaster.

As the number of places where we store data increases, the basic concept of what is referred to as the 3-2-1 rule often gets forgotten. This is a problem, because the 3-2-1 rule is easily one of the most foundational concepts for designing data protection.