Back up your files, folders and applications quickly and easily with the help of our backup wizard. You’ll be stepped through what to backup, when to backup and where to store the data. Plus, you’ll receive helpful notifications whenever they’re needed.
Our file-level backups are compatible with a wide range of hardware destinations, including external disks, RDX drives, local directories, NAS devices and iSCSI targets.
Each backup schedule is tailored to the destination of your choice and used to manage both daily and archival backups. Plus, if you don’t find a schedule that fits your specific needs you can customize your own!
Stay up-to-date on your file-level backups by enabling detailed email reports for backups and restores. You can also establish a managed recipient list to have any need-to-know team members informed of backup and restore results.
You can back up files and folders in two advanced operating modes: Mirror Mode, and Backup with History (BWH) Mode. This offers the flexibility you need to best protect your data.
Mirror Mode: Create an exact replica of your files and folders. The data will be written over each time so you have a complete and consistent backup without dependencies.
BWH Mode: Create an entirely new set of backup data in its own uniquely named folder each time a backup job runs. Backups created using this mode can be used to maintain many restore points over a long period of time.
Restoring file backups is quick and simple with the help of BackupAssist. Using our Restore Console you can search for multiple file-level backups at once, or browse through single backups all in the same user-friendly interface.
Use File Protection to:
Protect your files, folders and applications with both incremental and full backups. Using File Protection, once you create the initial full backup of your data, each subsequent backup will only back up data that has changed.
This makes for a much faster backup job and saves you storage space.
However, all backups can be used to restore all data. How? Unchanged data is restored by creating markers in each incremental backup that will point to that data in your last full backup.
File Protection can also be used to create file-level backups across the internet, stored to a remote rsync host. Using our affordable rsync Add-on, you can set up an rsync destination server or use a third-party host such as a cloud storage provider to store your file backups offsite.
You can use rsync with BackupAssist to replicate your files and folders to the Cloud using Amazon s3! BackupAssist with Amazon s3 makes offsite data protection simple and affordable.
This remote backup solution is ideal for:
Protect your organization’s data with encryption. Whether your files and folders are stored onsite or in the Cloud, BackupAssist’s encryption feature offers the peace of mind that your data is secure from unauthorized access at all times.
The added security of encryption is especially important for portable and removable backup media and data that is stored offsite.
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