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Physical & Virtual
Server Backup

BackupAssist provides you with powerful backup tools for your physical and virtual servers.

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Every Sort of Backup You Need

Full Image Backups

Virtual Backups

File Backups

File Archiving

Cloud Backups

Bootable Backups

VSS App Support

SQL Continuous

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Cloud Backup, Deduplication

Greatly reduce your bandwidth and storage space use.
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What is Deduplication?

With BackupAssist, you can send backups of your files, folders, drives and apps to the public cloud. Our software supports Microsoft Azure and Amazon Web Services (AWS) S3 as backup storage destinations.
Our software supports Data Deduplication, or 'Dedupe'. Dedupe makes sure you only send unique bits of data. This in turn reduces your bandwidth use and storage space costs, and makes your cloud backups run much faster.
In short, instead of sending the same bits of data hundreds or even thousand of times, you only send it once.
(Cloud Backup and Deduplication is part of the Cloud Backup Add-on)

Vast System Support

Hardware agnostic backups with full CSS and CSV support.
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Full Spectrum Compatibility

Hardware Agnostic: Backup servers or end-points, then restore your data to the same or dissimilar hardware.
VSS-Aware and CSV: Supports Volume Shadow-Copy Service, Microsoft Replica, and Cluster Shared Volumes (CSV).
Extensive Microsoft Support: BackupAssist supports all modern Microsoft Operating Systems, including every Windows Server from 2008 onwards.
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Set-and-Forget Backups

Use our useful backup schedules and reports, or make your own.
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Backup Scheduling, Reports & Alerts

Flexible Backup Scheduling: Set up any combination or number of automated daily, weekly, monthly, quarterly or yearly backups - make the scheme that fits your needs.
You can get as specific as you want: exact days and dates, number and frequency of rotating media, and more.
Advanced Reporting: Receive brief or in-depth reports on the success or failure of your backups, or create a custom report with as much detail as you need.
Recipient Lists: Create a recipient list to keep any relevant team members in the loop. You can even create different lists to send different reports on the same job. e.g. A simple report for members on one list, and in-depth report for members on the other.
Remote Backup Scheduling: With our Multisite Manager product, you can remotely schedule backup jobs for different sites - all from a single, secure web interface.

Pick Any Destination

BackupAssist supports all modern backup media as well as cloud.
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Supported Backup Devices & Destinations

NAS
USB HDD
RDX
Local Disk
SAN
iSCSI
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Incremental & Differential

Only backup what has changed since your last backup.
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What are Incremental and Differential Backup?

The first time you perform a full backup of your server or end-point, our software takes a full snapshot of your data and stores it for future reference.
The next time you perform a backup, it compares that snapshot against the data on your machine, and only backs up what has changed. This minimizes the time, space and processing power needed for your future backups.
When you only backup data that has changed since your last full backup, this is a differential backup. An incremental backup does almost exactly the same thing, but from your most recent backup, whether it's a full image backup or not.
Systems Supported
Microsoft Server Operating Systems

Microsoft Client Operating Systems

Microsoft VSS Applications*

Microsoft Virtual Environments