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CloudBerry Backup v3.9
Google Drive support
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CloudBerry solutions work with all major clouds

In addition to local, network and FTP/SFTP storage locations, all CloudBerry solutions are designed to work with all major cloud storage vendors including: Amazon Web Services, Windows Azure, Google Cloud Storage and more...

  • Online Backup Software

    Online backup is a modern way to keep digital data in security. CloudBerry Lab provides backup solutions that allow backing up to public, private and hybrid cloud storage services. Our online backup solutions allow automating backup routines and prevent loss of valuable data. CloudBerry backup software comes fully charged for automatic online backup of any amounts of encrypted and compressed data.

  • Enterprise Data Backup Software

    Backup needs significantly differ from case to case so we provide a number of backup solutions designed to match needs of different customers. We have enterprise data backup software for small and medium-sized businesses; Managed Backup Service for MSPs and VARs; and for sure we have something for standalone workstations. With CloudBerry enterprise data backup software you will get the easy-to-use and cost-effective tools for your particular backup purposes.

  • Cloud Storage Management Software

    CloudBerry Explorer – a powerful client for managing data in Amazon S3, Windows Azure, Google Storage and multiple OpenStack-based storage services. It comes in Freeware and PRO versions.

    CloudBerry Drive allows mapping cloud storage as a local disk. Access and edit your cloud data from the Windows Explorer interface as easy as if it was on your local drive.