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CloudBacko Released v1.5 for Backup VMware, Hyper-V, Exchange, SQL to Cloud
CloudBacko, a newly established backup software vendor, today announced the release of version 1.5 that can easily backup VMware, Hyper-V, Microsoft Exchange Server, Microsoft SQL Server, and other databases to Windows Azure, Google Drive, Google Cloud Storage, Amazon S3, and other cloud storage. Server backup software starts from US$39 only. It is an ideal backup solution for businesses that need to backup mission critical virtual machines and databases to the clouds for disaster recovery.

Military-grade encryption with 256-bit truly randomized key

What makes business skeptical of cloud backup is the security issue, especially after the case of Edward Snowden. CloudBacko clearly understands such concern and guarantees businesses of 100% security with 256-bit truly randomized key encryption. All the data and file/folder names are encrypted before sending the data to the cloud. That means the backed up data are impossible to be hacked, not even by a supercomputer. Thus, no one, not even the NSA, is able to read the backed up data.

Concurrently backup to unlimited destinations

CloudBacko supports a wide range of cloud storage, including Windows Azure, Amazon S3, Google Cloud Storage, Google Drive, Dropbox, FTP, SFTP, and any AWS API compatible storage. It comes with dedicated backup modules that can easily backup VMware, Hyper-V, Microsoft Exchange Server, Microsoft SQL Server, Oracle Database, MySQL, IBM Lotus Domino, IBM Lotus Notes, Windows System and Windows System State. Thus, businesses finally have a proper tool to backup all their business data to the public clouds.

For those who need to backup to multiple cloud storage to further minimize the possibility of data loss, CloudBacko allows to them to backup to all supported destinations concurrently so that multiple copies of backup can be kept on different cloud or local destinations.
Published Wednesday, September 24, 2014 6:48 PM by David Marshall
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