How it works

Backup 5TB in one night

Seed load and in-file delta technologies work together to allow large volumes of data to be backed up in a very short period of time. Seed loading enables large backup sets to be created using a USB drive instead of the usual internet connection. The drive is then physically carried over to our data centre where the data will be imported onto our servers. Depending on the volume of the data, this process could possibly save hours or even days of transferring over the internet.
With the help of our proprietary in-file delta technology, the original file that has been uploaded once will never have to be fully backed up again. It detects the changes that have been made to a file since the previous backup and will only backup that portion of the file, which is normally a fraction of the original file size. As a result, this reduces backup windows significantly and allows far more efficient operation.

Backup individual items in Microsoft Exchange Server

Cloudvault Online Backup Manager’s built-in Microsoft Exchange Server Backup module allows you to back up all critical data within Microsoft Exchange Server, at both database level and brick level (individual e-mails, calendar entries and contacts). This capability makes Cloudvault an ideal backup tool for Microsoft Exchange Server.

Continuous Data Protection

Cloudvault’s optional continuous data protection (CDP) technology captures every version of a file that has been saved to your hard drive. CDP provides a highly dependable means of real-time, continuous data protection for servers, desktops and laptops effortlessly and transparently, without any human intervention. Even if a hard drive crashes completely after a full day’s work, copies of the working files that have been automatically backed up will still be intact on the backup server. In addition, the backup will only run when the computer is idle or when the level of CPU usage falls below a specific percentage (e.g. 20%), leaving the backup operation completely transparent to users.

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