Robust and Secure
Protecting Microsoft 365
Cloud to Cloud backups
Backing up your cloud data protects your business from accidental deletion, user error and ransomware attacks.
Giving you peace of mind that your company cloud data can be easily recovered should the worst happen.
With Ilkley IT Services cloud backup services your emails, OneDrive, Teams and SharePoint data is backed up 3 times a day and historical data can be stored for 1 year or indefinitely.
Protecting your Azure services
Just because your infrastructure is in the cloud doesn’t mean you don’t need to back it up. With our Azure backup solution, your virtual servers are backed up hourly and in a different datacentre.
Protect your Azure virtual server from ransomware and cybersecurity threats. Servers can be recovered within our datacenters within minutes to ensure minimum downtime.
By outsourcing your online backups to Ilkley IT Services you will have the peace of mind that your data is being secured by experts. We provide fully automated, secure off-site storage and rapid recovery of critical business data via Clunk Click Backup Pro.
We believe our friendly and straight forward approach to IT is why our customers love to recommend us.
Did you know?
- The name "Harrogate" was first recorded back in the 1330s as Harwegate, Harougat, and Harrowgate. Its origin is a mystery, but it is thought to come from the Old Norse word for 'a heap of stones, cairn' and the word for 'street'. In that case, the city’s name could be literally translated as 'the way to Harlow'.
- Harrogate once hosted the 27th Eurovision Contest back in 1982. Germany was crowned the winner, while Great Britain finished in 7th place.
- In 1870, Samson Fox was working on a method to create water gas, and his home was the first house in Yorkshire to have gas lighting and heating.
- In the 17th century, Harrogate was once two separate villages, High Harrogate and Low Harrogate. Eventually, the two villages grew together with the discovery of 88 springs, which brought in more visitors.
- The quintessentially English "Betty’s" in Harrogate was actually started by a young Swiss baker and confectioner named Fritz Bützer. After training around Europe, he moved to Bradford to work at Swiss-owned confectioners Bonnet & Sons. After settling in Harrogate and changing his name to Frederick Belmont, he married his landlady’s daughter, Claire Appleton, and in July 1919, the first Bettys opened for business.
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Whether you have an IT problem that needs sorting, a project you need help with or you are fed up with bad service from your existing IT support provider, we are ready to listen and help.