- Keep backups in remote location
- Restore backups anytime from any place where you have internet connection
- Setup suitable schedule for backups or backup every changed or new file immediately with Continuous Data Protection
- Protect backups by encrypting your data
- Compress backups to reduce the size of required cloud storage.
Backup Schedule. Automate backups by setting up suitable time and frequency.
Real-Time Backup. Backup everything automatically. Our software runs as a Windows Service and tracks folders for new or changed files to backup them immediately.
Encryption. Protect your data from unauthorized access by choosing an encryption algorithm and setting a unique encryption key. Our backup software encrypts all your data before it uploads.
Compression. Reduces the size of your backups to save time and money spent on data recovery plan. The software compresses data prior to transfer.
Intelligent Bandwidth Scheduler. Control the bandwidth throttling in real-time to set, for instance, the backup to consume all available bandwidth during the off hours and on the weekends while consume only 10% of bandwidth during the working hours.
Virtual Disk*. Expose cloud storage as a local disk on your computer and access your data.
Local Backup*. Set up local backup if you want to send only subset of your data to the cloud and keep the rest on your local backup storage.
Block Level Backup. Backup only changed parts of the file. Ingram Computer Services detects these parts and automatically uploads it to the remote storage.
* Additional fees may apply
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Can I use your backup service on more than one computer?
There is no additional fee for the offsite storage. All devices can use the same location.
Will the backup copy opened files?
How will the backup software secure my data?
Does the backup software copy all files every time it runs?
Can your backup service copy only the modified portion of the file?
This is called block-level backup and it is fully supported with our backup software.
Does your backup service keep older versions of the file?
Of course the more versions you store, the more storage you will use.