LOS ANGELES, Jan. 29, 2015 /PRNewswire/ — IDrive Online Backup, has announced the addition of disk image backup, enabling users to backup an entire drive, including whole operating systems and files. Users can expedite the recovery process in the event of system crashes or other disasters, which is particularly crucial for larger organizations that rely on business continuity.
Disk Image Backup includes the following features and functionality:
- Full system backup of operating systems, programs, settings, files and folders, including complete retention of content and information structures
- Supports most Windows Operating Systems, including servers
- Replicates data from a second location for fast and easy system recovery
“We’re bringing disk imaging to the table to meet the evolving needs of our channel partners and customers, as this has been a highly requested feature,” says Shane Bingham, Business Development Manager at IDrive. “This will enable fast recovery of systems backed up from PC so business continuity remains uninterrupted.”
Disk image backup can be implemented through IDrive’s easy-to-use application. IDrive also offers server-based backup capability for MS Sharepoint, MS SQL, MS Exchange, Hyper-V and Oracle. IDrive provides universal backup, with no limit to the amount of devices a user can backup to one IDrive account for no additional charge. All data is protected with military-grade 256-bit AES encryption, and the option of choosing a private key to ensure that only the user can access their data.
IDrive Inc. is a privately held company specializing in cloud storage, online backup, file sharing, remote access, compliance and related technologies. Core services include IDrive®, IBackup®, RemotePC™ and EVS for developers. The company’s services help over 3 million customers back up over 50 Petabytes of data.
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SOURCE IDrive Inc.