All businesses know that crucial data stored on local servers and staff computers should be backed up both locally and remotely as well in case of fire, flood, theft etc.
These offsite backups should also ideally be automatic because even the most carefully planned manual offsite backup system can fail if the person in charge forgets, is ill or goes on holiday.
Rest assured as there is a clear solution to this problem, just ask CeBIT 2012 exhibitor Code 42 Software at Stand L01. Code 42′s Crashplan service has an Enterprise product that offers automatic offsite backup in different locations of your choice or even multiple locations at once.
Matthew Dornquast, Code 42 CEO and co-founder says “With CrashPlan PROe 3, we’ve taken backup from being merely data protection, to actually being a productivity enhancement for the enterprise. Individual users will love the secure mobile access; administrators will love the real-time dashboard and management tools; and CIOs will love the security and low total cost of ownership (TCO).”
The newly launched CrashPlan PROe 3 enterprise backup solution includes useful features such as:
- Support for multiple LDAP servers simplifies deployment to even the largest enterprises.
- Dynamic data balancing insure optimum use of available storage
- New mobile apps for Apple iOS, Android or Windows Phone enable users’ secure access to all their data from anywhere. The mobile apps feature one-touch update and the same industry-leading security as the PROe desktop applications
- Powerful new management and deployment tools provide a real-time view of the entire backup environment—whether there are 200 or 200,000 users
- Backup sets make it easy to specify different groups of files and folders to be backed up on different schedules and / or to different destinations.
- Enhanced network controls allow users or administrators to exclude certain wi-fi networks and interfaces from being used for backup. This is ideal for avoiding costly or limited networks when traveling.
- Power controls automatically pause backups when a laptop’s battery reaches a certain level