How to backup Oracle Database locally and offsite with CloudBacko

Need to backup Oracle database locally and offsite for double protection. This video will show you how you can easily backup your Oracle Database Server to Dropbox and local drive with CloudBacko Pro server backup software.

Besides Dropbox, you can also choose Amazon S3, Goolge Cloud Storage, Microsoft Azure, as well as Google Drive, Microsoft OneDrive, Dropbox, FTP, SFTP as the offsite backup destinations. CloudBacko will not limit the number of destinations that you can backup. Besides, the software allows you to set unlimited predefined backup schedules and keep unlimited versions of the same file. Other cool features include filenames and content encryption, block-level incremental / differential backup, pre and post command line tools, open file backup, continuous backup, etc. Download free trial now at: http://www.cloudbacko.com/en/download-cloudbacko-advanced-cloud-local-server-workstation-amazon-S3-google-backup-software-free-trial.jsp

How to use SFTP as a backup destination for CloudBacko backup software

Need to backup your data offsite to your SFTP site? This video shows you how you can use SFTP as a backup destination for CloudBacko cloud and local backup software.

Both CloudBacko Pro for servers and CloudBacko Lite support backing up data to SFTP site. Download free trial vesion at http://www.cloudbacko.com/en/download-cloudbacko-advanced-cloud-local-server-workstation-amazon-S3-google-backup-software-free-trial.jsp. No credit card info or personal data are required.

How to backup Microsoft SQL Server to Dropbox and Local Drive

Need to backup Microsoft SQL Server to cloud and local hard drive? This video shows you how you can easily backup your Microsoft SQL Server to Dropbox and local drive with CloudBacko Pro cloud and local backup software.

CloudBacko Pro now offers 30 days free trial software with all features enabled for you to test all its functionalities. Download it at: http://www.cloudbacko.com/en/download-cloudbacko-advanced-cloud-local-server-workstation-amazon-S3-google-backup-software-free-trial.jsp

How to use FTP as a backup destination for CloudBacko backup software

Most small businesses have FTP sites. Here’s a video showing you how you can use FTP as a backup destination for CloudBacko cloud and local backup software.

You can make use of CloudBacko Pro to backup VMware, Hyper-V, Microsoft Exchange Server, Microsoft SQL Server, MySQL database, Oracle Database, Lotus Domino Server, Lotus Notes, Windows System and Windows System State to Amazon S3, Google Cloud Storage, Microsoft Azure, Google Drive, Microsoft OneDrive, Dropbox, FTP, SFTP, as well as local / network mapped drives. For Windows and Mac desktop computers, you can use CloudBacko Lite to backup all the files. Download free 30 days full features trial software at: http://www.cloudbacko.com/en/download-cloudbacko-advanced-cloud-local-server-workstation-amazon-S3-google-backup-software-free-trial.jsp

How to use Dropbox as a backup destination for CloudBacko backup software

Most home users have Dropbox and Google Drive for syncing documents across different machines, as well as sharing documents to friends and colleagues. However, CloudBacko lets you make use of Dropbox for another similar yet different purpose, backup. Why use CloudBacko for backing data to Dropbox while users can directly backup to there. Well, first of all, CloudBacko will encrypt all the data on your local machine before transmitting the data to Dropbox. And we’ll encrypt all the Filenames and Contents so that no one from Dropbox will be able to know what you have backed up. Another different is that we allow you to group unlimited Dropbox, Google Drive, and OneDrive accounts into one, so that you can essentially get “unlimited free cloud storage” for backup. Multiple accounts from Dropbox can also be grouped. This is a feature you won’t get from a single Dropbox account.

Okay, this video shows you how you can use Dropbox as a backup destination.

 

How to activate Amazon S3 account for CloudBacko backup software

Okay, Amazon S3 is the most popular enterprise class cloud storage. And it has just lowered it price to compete with Google Cloud Storage. This video shows you how you can create and activate a Amazon S3 account for CloudBacko cloud and local backup software to use as a backup destination.

Not sure how much Amazon S3 will charge you? Here’s there pricing info: http://aws.amazon.com/s3/pricing/ Now it has 7 geographical zones that you can select to store your data. For more options that Google Cloud Storage. Therefore, most of our customers prefer Amazon S3 over Google Cloud Storage.

Download CloudBacko free trial software at: http://www.cloudbacko.com/en/download-cloudbacko-advanced-cloud-local-server-workstation-amazon-S3-google-backup-software-free-trial.jsp

How to activate Google Cloud Storage account for CloudBacko backup software

Quite a lot of our trial users are interested in backing up to Google Cloud Storage and would like us to show them how to activate it. So, here’s a video that shows you how to do it.

Amazon S3 / Windows Azure

Besides Google Cloud Storage, CloudBacko Pro and CloudBacko Lite also support backing up to Amazon S3 and Winodws Azure enterprise class cloud storage. Activation procedures are quite similary. Besides, Google Drive, OneDrive, Dropbox free personal cloud storage, and FTP / SFTP are also supported. Download free 30 days trial at: http://www.cloudbacko.com/en/download-cloudbacko-advanced-cloud-local-server-workstation-amazon-S3-google-backup-software-free-trial.jsp

How to backup Windows System with CloudBacko Pro

CloudBacko Pro is an ideal cloud (a.k.a. online) and local backup software for backing up your entire Windows System offsite and on-premises. Here’s a video that shows you how you can easily backup Windows System with the newly released CloudBacko Pro server backup software.

Disaster Recovery

When disaster strikes, you can easily restore your backed up Windows System to a similar or dissimilar machine with CloudBacko. For more detailed procedure, please refer to this article: https://forum.cloudbacko.com/viewtopic.php?f=47&t=404