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Cloud Storage for Businesses

Computer Cowboy Consulting Cloud Services is a secure private cloud backup and storage service for small and medium-size businesses in Manitoba. This service, while similar to consumer solutions like Dropbox, Google Drive, SugarSync, and Box, stores your data in Canada and uses Virtual Private Networking Tunneling.

  • Universal file access; sync across stationary and mobile devices

  • Comprehensive usage reports

  • 448-bit Blowfish encryption, on device and in-transit

  • 2-factor authentication

  • Private encryption key management

  • Remote wipes of desktops and devices

  • Custom deleted file retention periods

  • Granular user-access and security controls

  • Revised file backup

  • Managed file sharing for internal/external parties

  • Multiple folder backup (Documents, Desktop, Pictures, etc.)

  • Continuous, real-time backup

  • VDI Integration

  • Integrated Identity and Access Management (IAM)

  • Active Directory LDAP Authentication

  • Active Directory file server enablement

  • SSAE-16 and SAS-70 (Type II) compliance (SoftLayer)

Why Canadian Businesses Should Store Data on Canadian Servers

More and more data are now stored in the cloud, including email, photos, videos and business documents, due to the many benefits of cloud storage, including accessibility, flexibility and data protection. This has led to the popularity of many cloud services including Dropbox and Google Drive.

These popular cloud storage services may work well for your personal use, but for businesses in Canada, the issue of privacy should be taken into account when considering use of consumer-based cloud storage services. Depending on the type of business you operated, consideration must be made about where data is stored, given the passing of the U.S. Patriot Act and the Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act (CISPA) that allows American organizations such as the NSA to access data stored in the U.S.

With the CCC Cloud Services, all your business data is stored in servers residing in Canada.

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