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CloudBerry WHS Backup automates encrypted and compressed data cloud backup on Windows Home Server v.1. To backup Windows Home Server 2011 consider CloudBerry Backup WHS 2011 Edition.
CloudBerry WHS Server Backup seamlessly integrates with WHS control panel allowing setup backup plan or restoring data in a few simple steps.
Using public cloud storages for WHS backups allows getting reliable storage at affordable price while paying only for the space consumed.
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Set up schedule or backup everything automatically. CloudBerry WHS Backup tracks folders for the new or changed files to backup them immediately.
Protect data from unauthorized access by choosing an encryption algorithm and setting a unique encryption key. Data is encrypted on the user end before backed up.
Reduce backup's size to cut storage cost. Data is compressed before transferred to the cloud.
Choose one of the 15 supported public cloud storage including: Amazon S3, Amazon Glacier, Windows Azure, Rackspace, OpenStack, Google Storage, HP Cloud, Clodo, Scality, Dunkel, Host Europe, GreenQloud, Seeweb, Connectria, Walrus and Mezeo.
Use FTP or Secure FTP server as a backup storage for your data. Learn how to backup to FTP server and how to backup to Secure FTP (SFTP) server with CloudBerry Backup.
Set up cost estimates per storage account and specify a limit in GB or in dollar equivalent. When the limit is reached the backup will stop.
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.
Expose cloud storage as a local disk on your computer.
Backup to Amazon S3 only changed parts of the files. CloudBerry WHS Backup detects these parts and automatically uploads them to the cloud.
Control the bandwidth throttling in real-time to set, for instance, the backup to consume all available bandwidth during the off hours while only 10% during the working hours.
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“I am happy with the backup so far, I have a ton of data on my Glacier backup being a Graphic Artist (350GB). I was using CrashPlanPro at about $8/mo, so this should reduce me to about half that, so I am excited.”
“I'm very happy so far. I used JungleDisk previously... However, JungleDisk didn't have an easy local backup option and they have not updated their product recently. Cloudberry also handles multiple backup destinations easily and supports many services - this is appealing since I don't have to rely on one web service. I also like being able to chose different levels of encryption locally. Nice job!
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