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IDrive is a cloud backup service with some of the most comprehensive backup and restore tools available. Not only can you use this service to protect ... Learn More
Symantec System Recovery Desktop Edition delivers superior backup and disaster recovery for desktops and laptops that enable businesses to recover fro... Learn More
+ 1 TB Sync space
Backup multiple computers and devices
Continuous data backup
Open files and network drive backup
External hard drives and NAS devices
Remote Manage your Backup
Sync (via computers, mobiles, and web)
Access (via web browser, iOS and Androids)
Share (via Email, Facebook and Twitter)
Support (Phone, Email and Live Chat ): Priority support
Restores desktops and laptops from local or off-site destinations in minutes, even to bare metal or dissimilar hardware
Recovers files, folders and granular objects in seconds
Backs up to almost any disk storage device including Blu-ray, FireWire, NAS, SAN and USB
Captures and protects the entire system – including the OS, applications, all files and device drivers – in one easy-to-manage recovery point with image-based technology
Schedules backups to run automatically, including event triggered backups, without disrupting user productivity
Built-in AES encryption ensures the security of critical business data in flight and at rest
1 Year Essential Support
Symantec System Recovery (better known as Backup Exec depending on the version you bought) is a great tool that allows you to manage in full autonomy and an extremely centralized backup of the various servers, thus allowing complete control from a single tool avoiding the waste time and various oversights.
Tuesday 07 May 2013
Pros: Archiving/versioning support. Web browser access. Continuous backup. Basic version has 2GB free storage. Cons: No unlimited storage options. Backup window does not close.More about IDrive
Saturday 10 August 2013
Norton is still one of the best choices of IS software on the market and with the discounts available widely on the Internet, it represents very good value for money. We'd prefer to see it being a little less Internet dependent for functions like help, but in other ways, like its Pulse updates, that same aspect provides extra protection that can be very valuable.However, some other providers have built in multi-platform support at a lower cost and offer a larger online storage allowance than Symantec’s 2GB.More about Symantec System Recovery
Monday 19 August 2013
Using the service makes me feel at peace as now I don’t have to think much on how the things are going at the backend and if there any security issue, data loss, malware or any other potential threats comes on board. The other best part I like about it is that the service is remarkably easy for those also who are not tech savvy and feel shy about using and trying new technology.More about VaultPress
Friday 11 January 2013
IDrive is ideal for true archiving, because this is the only product we’ve come across that keeps up to 30 different versions of each uploaded file. Unfortunately, the company’s reputation isn’t the best, and your files might not be as secure as you think they are with them.More about IDrive
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Friday 01 April 2011
If you want an automated, partial, backup of your data and you’re okay with missing database tables and some data in the directories not being backed up…nevermind. Just pass by VaultPress and look into something else.More about VaultPress
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