Do you have a current backup? Is it a problem if your computer has a hard drive failure right now? Or what if your office burns down and the backup lies next to the computer?
Most users avoid doing backup of important files until it?s too late. But even the traditional backup to an external tape/disk/holds is not very secure ? it can be lost, stolen
during a theft or absorbed by a fire in flames.
The advantages of online backup is not only in the regularity and automation of the backup process, but also in the backup location. The backup and restore of a notebook is
therefore even possible on business trips.
In-File Delta backup (backing up only changes within files)
Support backing up of Windows NTFS access privileges, Linux access privileges and modes, Mac OS X metadata and resource forks
Volume Shadow Copy backup (i.e. backing up files even when they are exclusively open, e.g. Outlook.pst)
Customizable backup schedule allows backup to be scheduled at any time
Increment backup strategy ensures that only new or updated files are sent to the backup server
Compress and encrypt data automatically before sending them to the server (server stores only encrypted data)
Access backup data anytime, anywhere by using a web browser.
System activity report, showing all back- up system information, will be delivered to system administrator via email everyday
Backup data are CRC validated before they are stored on server
Fully user customizable data retention policy allows users to have access to deleted files using the least possible storage space on the backup server
Select files to be backed up easily by using a backup filter, e.g. selecting all *.doc and *.xls in your computer in a single operation
Run any custom OS commands before/after a backup job
Full support of Microsoft Exchange individual email, contacts, calendars, tasks etc.
Microsoft SQL Server 7.0, 2000, 2005, 2008, 2008R2, 2012 and 2014
Microsoft Exchange Server 2000, 2003, 2007, 2010 and 2013 (single Mailboxes with additionals costs)