• Cloud Plans
    Curious about the Cloud and security? Here's a complete guide to our Public and Private Clouds.

Public vs. Private

MofficeSoft offers two types of Cloud server plans: Public and Private. Here is a comparison of the differences between the two.

Public Cloud

Hosted at an IDC by MofficeSoft
Serves multiple customers
Shared server
Can be affected by other users

Private Cloud

Hosted at an IDC by MofficeSoft
Serves only one customer
Dedicated server
High security and protection

Data and Security

Here at MofficeSoft, we work our hardest to make sure your data is safe and failures are kept to a minimum. With regular data back-ups and constant monitoring, rest assured that you're in good hands.

Data Back-Up Schedule

Regular Data Back-Up

  • One-time back-up at 1AM (EST) daily
  • Incremental back-up
  • 30 days

Disk Image Back-Up

  • One-time back-up at 1AM (EST) daily
  • Incremental back-up
  • 2 days

Server Operations

Public Cloud Server Default Configuration Settings

DRBD to Minimize Data Loss

DRBD (Distributed Replicated Block Device) is a storage system for Linux. Because DRBD synchronizes the data between any Server A and Server B through a network real-time through blocks instead of individual files, it is not heavily influenced by increases in data volume. This method helps overcome the weakness of normal data sync, wherein if the saved data volume or number of files increases, more back-up and time is needed. Thus the greatest advantage of DRBD is that two network-connected servers can simultaneously sync data through blocks and feel fewer negative effects from increases in data. Kernel module management application programs like DRBD are commonly constructed with a shell script and use high-availability (HA) clusters. And while DRBD also uses RAID 1, there is a difference in respect to its operations in the network. DRBD teaches software while at the same time teaching how to manage the block form logic of that software.


Data stability is maintained by implementing real-time data replication a storage server
→ If the storage server experiences a failure, data can be recovered immediately

In case of downtime or server failure
→ The storage server will automatically act instead of the failed server, minimizing downtime. Possible failure time: Approximately 5 seconds or less


MofficeSoft's team of trained server specialists currently operates and maintains over 5,000 servers with back-ups and 24/7 monitoring. With real-time monitoring, we can instantly handle any failures as they occur. With over 16 years of experience, we have learned techniques to overcome unexpected occurrences and handle issues quickly and efficiently.

Data Loss by Type of Hardware Failure

MofficeSoft guarantees speedy recovery time and minimal loss

Service Fail and Data loss according to hardware fail
Hardware Setting Server Failures Needed Recovery Time Data Loss
Server DRBD 2 Less than 2 hours None
Hard Disk with set OS SoftRaid 1 2 Less than 2 hours None
Hard Disk with saved data Raid 1+0 2 Emergency backup within 2 hours; supplementary back-up within a day Data created after the last back-up to the time of failure will be lost
Motherboard X 1 Less than 2 hours None
Power Supply X 2 Less than 2 hours None
Network X X Unpredictable (depends on IDC or ISP) None