Imagine this: You enter your office on Monday early in the morning. The first thing you have to do is writing an important mail to a customer. The e-mail must be sent together with some appendixes definitely before 8:30 hours.
But: You cannot access your data files. What’s the matter? The data server is down!
Instead of working on the customer’s mail, you try to call the system administrator, now. He must restart the server as soon as possible. You succeed. He is present at 8:00. Maybe you are lucky and there is no real problem. A quarter of an hour later, the server is running again. And all your files are still o.k.
But there is no chance any more to keep the deadline.
Satisfied? Probably not.
The annoying thing is that this trouble is completely unnecessary. Because, if VersionBackup Server is used in your company, then the story sounds this way:
You are the first person in the office, but this does not matter. If the server does not run, you do not care for it in the moment. You launch VersionBackup Client on your computer which shows you the backups stored on the separate backup station. Within one minute, you fetch the needed files to your PC.
After this, you do nothing else but work on the customer’s mail.