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Having a backup copy in cloud will always ensure data continuity!

Backups are essential for disaster recovery and to keep the enterprise business continuity planning intact and in-place. So, having backup software or an appliance in your storage environment will always work in your favor, when a storage network goes down and the need arises to keep the data flowing to your clients and customers. 208 more words

Disaster Recovery

NAS Market to Grow

At ElephantDrive, we are huge fans of Network Attached Storage (NAS) devices.  As a cloud backup, sync, and sharing platform, we are focused on helping users migrate their data into the cloud.  153 more words


Cloud Backup Server India-The Way Forward!

Cloud backup, is a sort of backup plan and is used to store information and data on a remote server or a ‘cloud’ , as the name implies, is a kind of backup plan that is used to store data and information in the ‘cloud’ or in a remote server, as opposed to storing the data on the computer itself. 286 more words


TurboTax Will Delete Cloud Backups Of Tax Returns For Some Users On July 21

TurboTax tried an interesting experiment this year: some of their desktop software users were offered the opportunity to store their tax returns in the on the cloud, which could be useful in the case of hard drive failure or some other catastrophe affecting files on your computer. 144 more words

Taking It Seriously

Exploring cloud backup with Pogoplug

This past year I’ve been working to wean myself off of 3rd cloud storage in favor of cloud storage I actually own. There’s something… 1,090 more words


Carbonite Offer Code

Carbonite the pioneer online or remote backup service through cloud technology offers unlimited storage that is instantly accessible from anywhere at anytime and moreover it is easily affordable. 354 more words



Achieving a successful business name is one thing while maintaining it is quiet other. For businesses today, the parameter of success lies on how competent a strategy one implies to run its business, especially in times of adversity. 667 more words