Why Cloud Backup?
Traditional backup methods require user intervention, complicating the backup process. Users may have to insert CDs into drives, change tapes, or manually initiate the backup. In contrast, cloud backup requires only a simple, one-time configuration. Online backup then runs automatically according to the desired schedule, without any need for user intervention.
When backed up online, data is automatically encrypted and fingerprinted as soon as it leaves your local network. For even stronger security, users can use a personal passphrase known only to you for gaining access to data backups.
With traditional backup, backed up data is often stored in a single location (for example, in a stack of CDs in your office). If backup media are not taken off-site, a natural disaster at that location may destroy the backup along with the original data. Online backup ensures that data is stored in multiple locations, usually quite far from each other, and protects if from local disasters such fires or floods.
When using traditional backup, users must have access to the backup medium in order to restore your data. Online backup, however, offers multiple restore options, including restoring your data from anywhere simply by using a Web browser to access backup versions of files.
DataBoost hosted business applications leverage Internet technology to offer you a full access to your shared files, instant messaging, email services with zero hardware or software installation.
DataBoost’s price model delivers enterprise level application to your business at a fraction of the price.
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DataBoost’s business applications are deployed at state-of-the-art datacenters.