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GDPR FAQ

GDPR FAQ

GDPR FAQ

Q: What is the GDPR?
A: The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is a regulation in EU law on data protection and privacy for all residents within the European Union. It requires businesses to protect the personal data and privacy of EU citizens. It also requires that companies have appropriate data security in place to protect personal data. The GDPR comes into force on May 25, 2018.
Q: Whom does the GDPR affect?
A: The GDPR not only applies to companies located within the EU but it also applies to companies located outside of the EU if they offer services to, or monitor the behaviour of, EU data subjects.
Q: Is CloudBerry Lab compliant with GDPR requirements?
A: Yes.
Q: Does CloudBerry Lab collect and process personal data?
A: Yes. Being a service provider we require some personal information to identify you as a customer.
Q: What personal data does CloudBerry Lab collect and hold?
A: The categories are as follows: First and last name, email, phone number, company name and location. You are requested to specify a set of personal data and agree to submit it to us to provide you with selected products and service.
Q: What is the purposes of the processing?
A: The requested personal information is necessary for providing registration and to personally identify you as a customer for our services, products, and offerings. It may be collected and used for a sign-up or licensing form, a webinar / demo / call back request, whitepaper or case study request, or for gathering diagnostic logs.
Q: Where do you store customer information (e.g. email, name)?
A: The account information is stored and secured in data centers located in United States. Note: Data from customer backups is stored on the customer’s own backup storage (e.g. Amazon S3, Microsoft Azure, Google Cloud Storage, local disk, etc.). All data transfers are encrypted and customers can elect to use data encryption for best security.
Q: What are the recipients to whom the personal data has / will be disclosed?
A: We may disclose your personal information to trusted third parties who act for or on our behalf for further processing (such as storage or payment systems) and if we determine that such disclosure is reasonably necessary to comply with the law. In all other cases we don’t share or distribute your personal data.
Q: How long does CloudBerry Lab intend to store collected personal data?
A: Personal data is stored as long as you use our service. Once you decide to stop using the service, we can completely remove the account from our service database. Also you can ask to restrict processing in accordance with data protection laws, as well as to object to any direct marketing from us and to be informed about any automated notifications that we use. You can elect not to receive marketing communications by following the unsubscribe instruction in such communications. For questions about your personal information retention, please contact gdpr@cloudberrylab.com. We will respond to your inquiry within 30 days.
Q: How to control changes of personal information?
A: If your personal information changes, please contact us at gdpr@cloudberrylab.com. We will respond to your inquiry within 30 days. For registered CloudBerry Managed Backup Service customers, we provide a we console where customers can review, update, and correct personal information in your account profile.
Q: How does CloudBerry Lab secure my data?
A: By submitting personal information (like name, address, company name, email, and phone), you consent for transferring, storing and processing of such information by CloudBerry Lab. We provide the security of your personal information by using an SSL certificate on transfers and we store the provided information on secure servers provided by Amazon.
Q: Contact us
A: If you have any queries or questions about our compliance with the GDPR, please email us at gdpr@cloudberrylab.com.
CloudBerry Backup for macOS Command Line Interface

CloudBerry Backup for macOS Command Line Interface

CloudBerry Backup for macOS Command Line Interface

CloudBerry Backup command line interface allows to back up and restore files from cloud storage, edit global options, list backup plans, account, and more. Command line interface can be used for integrating the backup process into a production environment. Learn more about CloudBerry CLI for macOS

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CloudBerry Explorer PowerShell Snap-in

CloudBerry Explorer PowerShell Snap-in

CloudBerry Explorer PowerShell Snap-in

CloudBerry Explorer offers PowerShell extension to manage file operations across Amazon Simple Storage Service (Amazon S3), Amazon Glacier and file system. Windows PowerShell is a command line shell that helps IT professionals to easily control system and accelerate automation. It includes a number of system administration utilities, improved navigation of common management data such as the registry, certificate store, or WMI, etc. Continue reading

CloudBerry Dedup Server FAQ

CloudBerry Dedup Server FAQ

CloudBerry Dedup Server FAQ

Q: What’s new in CloudBerry Dedup Server 2.0?
A: We simplified data transferring methods - namely, you no longer need to use intermediate network shares for client backups; all data is going directly to the dedup service.
Q: What storages does CloudBerry Dedup Server support?
A: It works with multiple cloud based data storages like Amazon Web Services, Microsoft Azure, Google Cloud and many other cloud platforms.
Q: Does Dedup server support compression and encryption?
A: Yes, it supports compression and encryption (AES-256).
Q: Does CloudBerry Dedup Server maintain connection with cloud storage?
A: No. Connections with cloud storage are established and closed on demand when uploading and restoring files.
Q: Does CloudBerry Backup maintain connection with CloudBerry Dedup Server?
A: In current version no, connections are established on demand. However, we are working over some features that may be required (or it would be preferred) to maintain connection.
Q: Does CloudBerry Dedup Server have a PostgreSQL database that keeps track of everything related to deduplication?
A: A PostgreSQL database is used to store deduplication metadata. The database is an essential part and losing it means losing all backed up data, because it's impossible to generate original files from deduplicated data without the database
Q: What will be the size of Dedup ‘intermediate’ storage in future? Is it a copy of data stored in the cloud, or is it only an index file related to the cloud storage, yet much smaller? How much space do I need to allocate the ‘intermediate’ storage as compared to the overall size of backed up data before and after deduplication?
A: The Intermediate storage is currently used only to combine sets of blocks (called Mediasets) before uploading to a cloud. The mediaset size is limited to 4GB by default. Once the 4GB file is ready, it goes to the cloud and and then it is removed from the Intermediate storage. We also have added a force upload timer, which allows Dedup to send data to the storage without checking its size. If you want to use this option, go to the Advanced tab of Dedup Server.
Q: What is the function of Dedup Server ‘repository backup’? Is it a backup of actual data sent by CloudBerry Backups, or is it a backup of its configuration, or is it a backup of the ‘intermediate’ storage?
A: The repository backup makes backups of the PostgreSQL database that contains all dedup metadata. Without this information all deduplicated data is useless.
Q: In case my computers are gone out in flames, how do I setup CloudBerry Dedup Server on a new computer to be able to restore data from the cloud? How do I setup CloudBerry Backup on a new computer to restore backed up data from the previous computer, which is dead and gone?

A: In case of disaster, you shall act as follows.On the server:

  1. Install the Dedup Server on a new computer
  2. Run the “Restore CloudBerry Dedup Server” shortcut
  3. Configure your cloud account
  4. Run a repository restore
  5. Start CloudBerry Dedup Server service

On the client computer:

  1. Install CloudBerry Backup
  2. Configure new Dedup Server account and click 'Advanced Settings'
  3. Select the name of your crashed computer as a Backup Prefix

Then the repository synchronization process will start and when it is completed you'll able to see the backed up files on the Backup Storage tab.

CloudBerry Remote Assistant FAQ

CloudBerry Remote Assistant FAQ

CloudBerry Remote Assistant FAQ

Installation

Q: Does CloudBerry Remote Assistant support OS X platform?
A: Currently CloudBerry Remote Assistant is available on Windows only. We have OS X support on our roadmap, however we can’t provide you with any ETA.
Q: Does CloudBerry Remote Assistant support Linux platform?
A: Currently CloudBerry Remote Assistant is available on Windows only. We have Linux support on our roadmap, however we can’t provide you with any ETA.
Q: What do I need to start using CloudBerry Remote Assistant?
A: The only prerequisite is to install, no additional accounts or charges.

Licensing

Q: How much does it cost?
A: Using CloudBerry Remote Assistant is completely free now and we have no firm plans to make it paid yet, if our plans change we will post back here.
Q: Should I pay for upgrades?
A: CloudBerry Lab is rapidly updating their products and all the updates for CloudBerry Remote Assistant are free.
Q: Can I use RA in the commercial environment?
A: Yes, currently the product is free and may be freely implemented in your commercial environment.

Usage

Q: Do you support Unattended Access?
A: We sure do, please refer to the following article to learn more about it: https://www.cloudberrylab.com/resources/blog/introducing-cloudberry-remote-assistant-1-5
Q: Do you support File Transfer?
A: We sure do.
Q: Do you have the quick support client?
A: Not at the moment, but we're working on it and it will be there with version 1.8.
Q: How does CloudBerry Remote Assistant minimize my costs?
A: Cloudberry Remote Assistant is an advanced remote desktop tool, which is under rapid development and comes free of charge for both individual and commercial tool.
Q: How does CloudBerry Remote Assistant secure my data?
A: All the interaction with our servers used for license activation and sending diagnostics go through the SSL-encrypted connection by default. Communication with the remote desktop, however, is not encrypted by default, but you may change this setting in Options-->Encryption. After this change all the data transferred will be encrypted using the 256-bit AES algorithm, ensuring that malefactors will fail to extract any sensitive data from the data stream.
Q: How do I go with encrypted sessions?
A: Please refer to the following article for more details on ecnrypted sessions:
https://www.cloudberrylab.com/resources/blog/safe-remote-desktop-with-cloudberry-remote-assistant/
Q: How do I generate an invitation link?
A: Please press the menu button and choose “Generate invitation link” in case you are connecting to the presenter or “Send Invitation” in case you are the presenter. Learn more in our Knowledge Base article.

Troubleshooting

Q: Disconnect details: io client disconnect.
A: This message means that the destination PC is not running Remote Assistant or is turned off at the moment. Also please double check the ID of the destination PC. Learn more in our Knowledge Base article.
Q: Connection request failed: client connection failed.
A: This error message means that the remote client refused to connect when prompted. Learn more in our Knowledge Base article.
Q: Secure connection request expected: Public encryption key is missing or invalid.
A: This error message means that encryption has not been configured correctly between these two clients. Learn more in our Knowledge Base article.
Q: I got "Start with external invitation identifier: invitation expired or unrecognized".
A: Please make sure that the link didn't expire and try to generate a new one. Also please check that both the machines are running the same client version
Q: Invalid server identifier.
A: Please check that both the machines are running version 1.7 or newer and they are online.
CloudBerry Backup Apps FAQ

CloudBerry Backup Apps FAQ

CloudBerry Backup Apps FAQ

Configuration

Q: What do I need to start using CloudBerry Office 365/G Suite Backup?
A: You need to have a domain admin account and your storage account. Currently, three storage account types are supported Amazon S3, MS Azure, BackBlaze B2.

Usage

Q: What is the backup schedule?
A: There are 4 daily backups which start automatically every 6 hours.
Q: I restored selected emails. Why I couldn’t find them in my account.
A: Selected emails are restored to the Restore folder in your account.
Q: How secure is CloudBerry Office 365/G Suite Backup?
A: All stored data is encrypted with the 256-bit Advanced Encryption Standard (AES) with a unique user owned encryption key.
Q: Can I access my backups if my Office 365/G Suite domain is deleted?
A: You can access your backup account with an alternate email address.
Q: Do I lose my backup data if the license runs out?
A: Although regular backups will no longer be done, you won’t lose any of the backup data you already have.
Q: What is your default retention policy?
A: By default we store your data forever.
Q: Do you store all of the older backup versions?
A: Yes, you can come back to any of the previous states of your data.
Q: Can I restrict my admin’s access to backup contents?
A: Yes, we use role-based access control (RBAC): global admin has full access while administrators with user management role can’t access user’s backup contents.
Q: Can I track user actions within my domain?
A: Yes, audit log is available.
Q: Can I backup Google Team Drives?
A: Yes, Team Drives backup is available and requires purchasing a Team Drive backup license which costs $10 per month.
Q: Can I backup Office 365 public folders?
A: No, it is not a feature yet. Public folder backup is expected to be released soon.
Q: Can I backup Office 365 shared mailboxes?
A: Yes, CloudBerry backs up Office 365 shared mailboxes. 1 shared mailbox requires purchasing 1 user license.
Q: Can I backup SharePoint online?
A: Yes, SharePoint backup is available and requires purchasing a SharePoint backup license which costs $10 per month.
Q: Does CloudBerry backup all SharePoint sites and subsites?
A: Yes, CloudBerry backs up all SharePoint sites and subsites.
Q: Does CloudBerry backup Office 365 groups?
A: Yes, Office 365 groups backup is available on the SharePoint backup page. In order to backup Office 365 groups you need to purchase a SharePoint backup license which costs $10 per month.
Q: Does CloudBerry Office 365/G Suite Backup copy all files everytime it runs?
A: No, CloudBerry Backup identifies files modified since last backup and only copies such files. This makes subsequent backups run much faster.

Licensing

Q: How much does it cost to use CloudBerry Office 365/G Suite Backup?

A: There are 3 subscription types:

  • 1-month subscription.
    1 user - $3 per month. SharePoint/TeamDrive license - $10 per month.
  • 6-month subscription.
    1 user - $15 per 6 months. SharePoint/TeamDrive license - $60 per 6 months.
  • Annual subscription.
    1 user - $24 per 1 year. SharePoint/TeamDrive license - $120 per 1 year.
Q: Can I purchase additional licenses If I already subscribed to the service?
A: Yes, Additional purchases are available on the Payments page in the service.