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Manage Backup

There are various ways to backup data. These different ways are developed to maximize the efficiency of data backup. By having an in-depth understanding about data backup, you could apply these types yourself in making a data backup plan for your business.

Full Backup

A full backup is when you keep a whole file or folder for backup. This means that not a single detail of data is missed in a full backup.

This kind of backup is effective when whole files get destroyed. Since, you made a full backup of the file, you can easily recover it.

The downside of this kind of backup, though, is it eats up time and storage space to make.

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Differential Backup

Differential backup is similar to incremental backup. Only that a differential backup backups the data since the last full backup, not the last backup.

A differential backup disregards any backups of changes you made. It will still backup any changes since you made the last full backup. It uses storage and time more efficiently than a full backup. This is because you no longer have to make a full backup with a differential backup.

However, differential backups use storage and time less efficiently than incremental backups. Incremental backup only backs up changes you made since the last backup, not the last full backup.

Managed Backup Features

Management Features

  • Backup-as-a-Service solution
  • Scales to customers of any size
  • Simple and friendly license
  • Self-service restores
  • APIs for integration

Backup Features

  • Advanced backup architecture
  • Windows, Linux, and macOS support
  • Direct backups to cloud storage
  • End-to-end encryption to secure data
  • No middleware required

Restore Features

  • Restore to the cloud
  • File restore from the web portal
  • Quick restore of files and folders
  • End-to-end encryption to secure data
  • Fast file search using the integrated