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Backup Files & Folders to the cloud storage of your choice

Cloud Backup provides reliable and cost-effective backup for your Windows desktop computers and servers, MS Exchange and MS SQL Server. This backup solution supports multiple cloud storage options, including Amazon S3, Microsoft Azure, Google Cloud and other.

It ensures security of your backups by encrypting all the data before sending it to the cloud, providing ransomware protection, allowing you to use multiple cloud storage destinations as well as performing backup to the local storage, external or network drive.

 

Microsoft .NET Framework 4.0,
1.4 GHz 64-bit processor,
512 MB RAM, 100 MB minimum disk space,
Gigabit (10/100/1000baseT) Ethernet adapter

Windows Server 2008/2008 R2
Windows Server 2012/2012
R2/2016/2019
Windows 7/8/10

MS SQL Server
2008/2012/2014/2016/2017
MS SQL Server Express
MS Exchange 2007/2010/2013/2016

Reliable Storage You Control

Cloud Backup supports Amazon S3 / Glacier, BackBlaze B2, Wasabi, Google Cloud, Microsoft Azure, Amazon Cloud Drive, and other popular storage options

Fast and Reliable Recovery

With Cloud Backup, you can check the consistency of your backups to ensure proper recovery at any point in time

Direct Data Transfers

Cloud  backup moves directly from servers and desktop computers to your own cloud storage, fully-encrypted at the source, in transit, and in your target storage.

How It Works

Imaged-Based Backup:

Block-level volume snapshots are taken and sent directly to the cloud, allowing dissimilar hardware or virtual machines restores.

Storage Options

Bare-Metal Restore:

Main Features

Image-Based Backup

Block-level volume snapshots are taken and sent directly to the cloud, allowing dissimilar hardware or virtual machines restores. Limitations apply to Amazon Cloud Drive, Google Drive and Microsoft OneDrive.

Restore to the Cloud VM

Cloud Backup allows to deploy Windows Server image from a backup copy image as an Amazon EC2 or Azure VM instance and get your physical or virtual server up and running in the cloud with a few simple steps.

Cloud and Local Backup

Backup Windows Server to the cloud storage of your choice or set up local backup if you want to send only a subset of your data to the cloud and keep the rest on your local backup storage.

256-bit AES Encryption

Encrypt backups with up to 256-bit strong keys on the source side. All data sent to the cloud is also encrypted using the SSL protocols to protect while it is in transit.

Compression

Block-level volume snapshots are taken and sent directly to the cloud, allowing dissimilar hardware or virtual machines restores. Limitations apply to Amazon Cloud Drive, Google Drive and Microsoft OneDrive.

Synthetic Full Backup

Reduce the amount of uploaded data and accelerate full backup creation by reusing the existing data stored in the cloud.

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