Cloud Backup

Cloud Backup

  • No physical media
  • Pay for what you use
  • Automatic status reports

Backup must get done, period.

Everyone knows they need to make backups, but almost no one has the time or diligence to actually do it.

Make it automatic

Once it's up and running, all you have to do is monitor the status reports automatically sent to you via email.

Peace of mind and minimal expense

Setup is quick, and your monthly expense will probably cost less than lunch today.

Many options to choose from

Cloud backup is popular and there are many backup companies competing for your business.
Here are few that we've had experience with.



Carbonite Business is optimized to support an unlimited number of computers with simple, safe and secure backup – whether employees are in the office or on the go. Once installed, Carbonite Business will automatically back up your computers, so you can rest easy knowing your valuable business data is protected.

Dinkum Backup
GPmicro, Inc.

GPmicro, Inc.’s dinKum™ provides a data backup and recovery solution that is cost effective and simple enough for the average home user, yet sophisticated enough for any small to mid-size business. Moreover, elements of our process can be customized to meet unique needs.


IBackup enables small and medium sized businesses to get enterprise-class online backup with superior performance for their critical data at a fraction of cost. Global corporations, Business houses and people trust IBackup for their storage and backup needs.

EMC / Mozy

Whether for computers or servers, trust MozyPro to help keep your business data
safe from disaster. Backed by storage leader EMC, Mozy has the experience and
resources to keep your data safe, secure, and available whenever you need it.

Zmanda Cloud Backup

Zmanda Cloud Backup (ZCB) is a radically simple-to-use and cost-effective backup and disaster recovery solution. ZCB backs up Windows servers, desktops and live applications such as Microsoft Exchange and SQL Server to highly dependable storage clouds