CloudBerry is a software suite that provides online backup solutions. This software supports all operating system platforms such as Windows and Linux. In addition to this, it is very well compatible with SQL and Oracle databases. This software provides backup tools for all cloud platforms and is well suitable for small and medium businesses. It is a user-friendly software that allows you to schedule your backups using automation tool. Along with this, backups are stored at regular intervals after compression and encryption. CloudBerry Managed Backup is a feature that allows you to manage your backup files from a remote location.
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This state-of-the-art software is very flexible, reliable, and easy to use. I have tried many backup solutions and in my opinion this is the best. There are many storage options (like Google Cloud, Azure, OneDrive internal and external hard drives and NAS, and many others), if you wish, you can use more than one of these options. It is possible to make all kinds of adjustments for unlimited number of backup plans you can create. Of course does it support basic backup functionalities like multiple file versions, compression, encryption, retention policies configured by the user. You can schedule backups or make them run real-time, continuously monitoring and backing up files you choose. It is possible to create multiple plans for backup, making it possible to backup certain critical files real-time, and other files according to configured schedule. In brief, Cloudberry Backup has all features you need for backing up your data, yet easy to use.
Compared to many other backup solutions, I can't really find any major cons for Cloudberry Backup.
Just try the evaluation version. It is free for first 15 days. Decide for yourself. I believe that you won't be disappointed.
It's best benefit for me is TIME. Once configured, it automatizes my backup procedures, works in the background for me, lets me get rid of hassle regarding backing up files to remote locations according to certain circumstances.
All files that are uploaded to the cloud using cloudberry backup use encryption with AES algorithms, which can be up to 256 bits, so it is practically impossible for any third party to access our information without having our access permission. In any case, if you don't want to save the backup copies in the cloud, you can always save your backups directly locally, inside a hard disk (which should preferably be external, to prevent loss). A good thing about cloudberry backup is that it works with folders separately, and that it supports backups of up to 200gb (in the case of the domestic plan, since the professional version works with up to 5 terabytes of information).
The only thing we dislike about cloudberry backup is that it does not have an internal editor for files, so the copies cannot be edited after being in the cloud. Basically they have to be downloaded again and again in case of constant revisions.
We highly recommend reviewing the cloud storage costs of the provider that will be used to save backups, because these should always be paid separately, and in this way the user does not decapitalize. We also recommend using it to work with Microsoft Exchange after acquiring the most advanced payment plans.
Cloudberry backup is very compatible with services such as Oracle, verizon, seeweb, and even more well-known services, such as google drive and google cloud, so that copies are not only stored in the cloud, but can also be shared with other users to whom we give accessibility. We like being able to use it for domestic purposes.
We're using Cloudberry with Wasabi for cloud backups, but it can interface with a number of different options, while also supporting local backups. You can also encrypt your backups, and it supports block level backups.
There aren't too many explanations during setup or what the many options do, so it's more recommended for advanced users. It would be nice if they provided sample setups or better explanations in the backup wizard, as it really provides you with a lot of customizable options (half of which I'm unsure how they would interact with each other).
If you need more features than Windows Backup and are an advanced user that wants serious backup customization, CloudBerry is a great piece of software for you.
We're using CloudBerry to interface with Wasabi to backup our users' computers. With block level backup, the subsequent backups after the full one is super quick, and we can rest assured that our data is backed up and safe.
You set it up once and it does everything for you
The settings are quite extensive which is good but it could be hard for beginners
It is really the best software to use as a simple backup solution for your precious data which you should really backup to an offsite location
Not having to worry about my backups
I can "set it and forget it." Once it's set up, it just does my archiving for me at midnight and i don't have to worry about it again.
I haven't found anything I dislike in my limited use of the product.
I would tell them to look into it. It's got a nice trial period and the price is reasonable for the security it provides.
As a designer, I have files scattered all over my HD. With CBB, I can archive them to one location in a structure that I customize to make sense to me.
The price is pretty low for the software licenses. This is helpful to us as we are a Managed Service Provider.
Too many bugs in the product. If you are trying to backup a lot of Windows servers in a business environment, you cannot really trust this product.
CBB is good for backing PCs, but if you resell CBB to important clients to backup their production servers, you will have lots of headaches from constant bugs being introduced during updates of the product. We currently have several clients whose backups we are not 100% sure of due to all the bugs.
We are backing up a ton of servers for an OK price for the product, but will probably have to go with another backup product after our current licenses expire because there are just way too many bugs in this software.
Ease! I love how easy it is to use multiple providers to store you data. Not to mention image backup is the nuts. The option to also restore in the cloud won me over right away. I tried the 15 days evaluation, however to come clean I was so impressed, I purchased the full version in 7 days. The interface is very user friendly, and if you get stuck the "help" documentation was good. I never heard of Cloudberry before, I was looking for a new solution as my iBackup was getting too expensive for storage. Once I added up the cost of what the storage would cost, I was blown away. I was using backblaze for my personal computer and I have cut that over as well. Next week I am setting up another company with Cloudberry for their small business.
I do not like how you have to create your own cloud account then go back to Cloudberry and finish the setup process. I would like the slip-stream approach. The ability to create the cloud account right from the Cloudberry interface.
Try the 15 day free trial. I did and I could not believe how easy it was.
Small business backup and restore. It works better and is more cost effective. It also gives a small business option like cloud restore if their faciality was down or could not procure a server right away.
We like to automate our hosting security in the cloud in just a few seconds. Cloudberry backup is fast, and supports many storage providers, so you can create backups for a large number of platforms. This software compresses the information and sends it to the cloud on a date that can be programmable. This process is very convenient to perform. Your price seems a great opportunity ($ 29.99, with a single investment).
We do not like its slow support through SaaS (software as a service). As archiving software, it lacks information access controls, a system for archiving web pages and emails, and electronic discoveries. It does not allow creating backup copies through remote servers, and the compression and encryption of each file can take a long time depending on the size of that file.
We are more than satisfied with the investment made in cloudberry backup. Its integrations are highly recommended with the clouds of Microsoft Azure, Amazon S3, Glacier and Google Cloud. Cloudberry is a solid proposal that will make data storage safer than with any other software.
Cloudberry backup has made our data storage much safer, and also our registration processes for backups. It is also easier to restore damaged files, and schedule the execution of each copy. With this software we have been able to customize backup copies much more. An example of this is that we can choose to have the previous copies erased by having a few days old.
Very easy to set-up; excellent encryption options; excellent compression algorithms; reliable; email notification of success (or otherwise) of backups.
There are lots of options in the product and would be useful if there were more context sensitive help documentation. I ended up doing a far amount of googling for some detail.
I work as a Consultant and Programmer, mostly from my home office. I therefore need good backup solutions that I can use in case of failures... does happen!
We like it easy to restore files by running the built-in wizard for restores. The process is as simple as following your instructions to the letter. You only need to choose the version of the file you want to restore (cloudberry stores different versions of each file uploaded to the platform) and the destination folder. Cloudberry backup allows you to store information on a variety of platforms, including external hard drives. It is also very easy to configure the copy plans.
A problem with cloudberry backup is that sometimes it does not connect to Amazon S3, so you should look for some other alternative to host the backups. Creating backup copies in the background is usually a late process if you do not have a mid-range or high-end computer that can speed up your work. The large number of cloudberry backup payment plans can be somewhat consfusive, as there are too many different prices apparently depending on the platform on which you are going to work.
Unmatched platform. It is mainly recommended to manage the versions of different documents directly in the cloud, and to schedule the backup copies so that they can be created in a more automated way. Another reason why recommending cloudberry backup is that it supports more than 40 different online services for hosting backup copies.
With cloudberry backup our multimedia file management improved a lot. The realization of incremental backups has been easier than before, and now full restorations can be done in BMR (detail that we did not have before using this software). In addition, registering backups online went from being a complicated process to something quite comfortable. Our work has been greatly improved with cloudberry backup.