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Deedoc Remote Backup works like regular data backup software, but with one important difference. Instead of sending backups to a tape drive or other media attached to the computer it is backing up, DRB online backup sends the backup over the Internet, regular telephone lines, or other network connections to your online backup server safely offsite. It does this (usually) at night while computers are not being used. Backups can also be done on-demand, any time.

It is completely automatic. In fact, you may even forget itís working. Most businesses put their lives on the line every night and donít realize it. With businesses depending more and more on the data stored in their computers, proper backups are becoming much more critical.
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250 MB

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DRB encrypts its backups using your choice of eight of the strongest cryptographic methods in the world for complete security so nobody, not even the Remote Service Provider, can read the files.

DRB compresses and encrypts data before it is transmitted from the Client's office. Only the client knows the encryption "key." The key is not transmitted with the archive. DRB archives cannot be viewed, decrypted, or used in any way without the key.

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Data on Server

Up to 5GB

Up to 10GB

Up to 25GB

Up to 50GB


Online Backups are done on schedule, reliably. Most businesses donít do this. For one reason or another, they donít keep a regular backup regimen. Usually itís because the person responsible for doing backups (if there is one) is too busy doing something else, or someone is using the computer when itís time for a backup, or they simply forget. Since remote backups are done with automated software usually at night, when nobody is using the computer, backups are always done on schedule.

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The general definition of "proper" backups requires redundancy. One must keep multiple copies of the same files at different points in their development, called versions. As an example, you should have a different copy of each backed-up file for each backup session. Further, you should be able to easily restore any of your files up to any given point in time. Banks do it, big corporations do it, and so should small businesses. DeeDoc Remote Backup has such an easy to use control system.

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