Which are the system requirements for backup?
2 GB of computer memory (RAM)
Dual-core processor or better
150 MB of free disk space (for installation)
Screen resolution of 1024 х 768 pixels or higher
High-speed Internet connection
How long does it take to backup my data?
– data size
– Internet speed (Upload)
– power of the workstation
What kind of files can I backup?
How often are the software updates updated and who is responsible for this?
What is Cloud Backup?
If it all sounds a bit overwhelming, think about an email service that you already use, for example Gmail, Yahoo, Hotmail end so on. None of these messages that you send and receive actually occupy space on your local hard drive, they are stored on the emails service providers: this is a form of Cloud storage.
To use this example, be aware that you can log in and access your email messages from any computer, any laptop, and any smartphone. This is enabled only by Cloud technology.
However, many people do not realize that while keeping in a “cloud,” your data still needs to be physically stored on a device somewhere. Whether this is a flash drive or a traditional hard drive for storage, companies that offer this service should still have large servers dedicated to storing your data. These sites are often referred to as “server farms” and are essentially huge warehouses filled with servers running 24/7/365.
What happens to my data at the end of the trial period?
Can Macs And PCs Be backed up? Laptops and desktops?
What do I need to start a trial?
What if I lose my hardware (laptop)?
Want to try it?
25 days free trial
Want to buy?
Simply online payment