These days, not only businesses but individuals increasingly need access to their data on the go without thinking about storage and hardware maintenance costs. Cloud Backup provides an efficient solution and is swiftly attaining popularity. Before cloud-computing, end users stored their personal data on computer's hard drives and memory cards. Unfortunately, computers and mobile phones require physical proximity to the device to allow access to the stored data and are far more vulnerable to damage and accidental deletion. Individual devices need diligent support and maintenance, and ensuring the security of the data remains a challenge.
With PC Backup, end users can upload documents, photos and videos to the cloud and then fetch them at their ease. This helps them save storage space on their computers and mobile devices. Furthermore, the cloud based structure allows end users to upgrade software more quickly – because software publishing companies choose to offer their products via the web rather using traditional, tangible methods that involve discs or flash drives. Top software publishing companies have chosen to turn their business models to subscription based and they deliver their product offerings through cloud solutions.
An Online Cloud Backup service isn't much capable if the process of restoring your data and getting back to being productive is not simple and quick. DataAlign offers a search tool to find a backed-up file. Also, the ability to replicate an entire folder-tree structure, helps with preventing bigger data losses. Versioning is another capability offered by DataAlign. This allows you to see earlier versions of a file in case you made some undesired edits. This can also be termed as archiving function. You can set the number of versions and days you wish to keep any file and utilize the maximum available storage space. Using the version history, you can view the history of each file stored and undo mistakes, if required. Any accidental deletion of file from the computer and can be restored instantly as deleted files are backed up on the cloud. The moment the data is no longer required, you can setup a data destruction policy.