CloudBerry Backup transfers data to Amazon S3 and restores it in minutes. The backup software connects directly to your Amazon S3 account and securely transfers backup files and folders to the cloud, serving as a transport between your Windows workstation and your Amazon S3 storage account. It is available for Amazon S3 and Glacier, Microsoft Azure, Google cloud, OpenStack and all major cloud storage providers. You can backup desktop pc, server files, MS SQL Server with a proper version of CloudBerry Backup.
Our team has been laboring day and night for the last two months to bring you the latest iteration of our flagship backup product—CloudBerry Backup 5.6. The latest version packs a number of highly-requested features that will enable users to enhance the backup automation and performance. In this blog post we elaborate on all new features. Continue reading →
No one likes to think about the possibility of losing their data. The average person has a 33%chance of losing data whether it’s because of a virus, faulty hard drive, or simply human error. Fortunately, with cloud technology, backing up your data is easier than ever. The hardest part may be deciding which cloud service to choose.
Three of the most popular options include Amazon Cloud Drive, Google Drive, and Microsoft OneDrive. All three oﬀer cost effective, consumer-oriented solutions with enough capacity to store all of your critical ﬁles. The question is, how do they compare? We’ll take a look at their performance, pricing, and platform availability to help you decide which cloud drive is right for your situation.
Amazon Cloud Drive vs. Google Drive vs. Microsoft OneDrive
СloudBerry Backup 5.6 packs a number of improvements and novelties. Yet the pre-eminent feature of the latest iteration of our flagship backup product is hybrid backup. It conflates the best from the two worlds of backup: cloud and local. Read on to learn more about the highly-requested and long-awaited feature. Continue reading →
CloudBerry Backup supports all major cloud storage services on the market. We're continually adding new ones and thus announce the support for Minio object storage in the latest iteration of our flagship backup product — CloudBerry Backup 5.6. In this article we discuss the matter at length and illustrate the setup process. Continue reading →
CloudBerry Backup has long been offering backup plan reporting to its users. Yet what many users are not aware of is the fact that reporting can be further expanded to include plenty of extra information. In this post we illustratively explain the feature and its benefits. Continue reading →
CloudBerry backup 5.6 packs a number of new features and improvements, among which is the highly-requested support for encryption and compression for Google Drive and Amazon Cloud Drive. Read on to learn how to enable the novelty in the latest edition of CloudBerry Backup. Continue reading →
CloudBerry Backup 5.6 brings to the table a highly-requested feature that will mildly enhance the automation capabilities of our flagship backup product. Namely, we have added the option to trigger another backup plan following the execution of the plan that's being configured. Continue reading →
CloudBerry Backup supports block-level backup for numerous cloud storage providers. In release 5.6 we expand the list and bring the functionality over to Backblaze B2. This article demonstrates how to take advantage of the novelty. Continue reading →
Our team is currently laboring on the newest edition of CloudBerry Backup. While the final bugs are being eliminated and stable performance ensured, we've decided to give you a sneak peek at release 5.6 Continue reading →
World Backup Day is upon us again. With the rise of technology and the increasing amount of data that is stored on our computers, World Backup Day reminds us of the importance of backing up our data. Celebrated on March 31st, this day is part of an initiative that seeks to raise awareness regarding data ownership, security, backup consistency, and access. Continue reading →