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Define as Many Backup Schedules as You Want with CloudBacko

Cloud storage has managed to solve almost all of our data storage related issues whether they have to do with storage costs, allowing unlimited access points, security, invisibility and what not. Cloud storage is slowly making the traditional mediums of storage completely obsolete. CloudBacko aims to help individuals and major businesses, to shift from traditional storage mediums to cloud backup, by offering an amazingly easy user interface and features like backing up VMware, Hyper-V, SQL, Exchange, Oracle, MySQL, and files on cloud storage destinations like Google Drive, Dropbox, FTP/SFTP sites, Google Cloud Storage, Microsoft Azure and others.

And if all that wasn’t enough, CloudBacko also lets you define as many backup schedules as you can potentially want.

The Importance of Data Backup

With digital devices, the term data backup is used whenever the need to copy, maintain, and/or archive data arises. Backing up data guarantees that in the event data loss due to human or machine error, you still maintain a copy of it to successfully retrieve it. Backing up data also helps you to retrieve any previous versions of the data in situations like excessive data modification.

Benefits of Defining Backup Schedules

  • The process is automatic. That means that you don’t have to take time out of your busy schedule to backup your data manually. CloudBacko ensures that all your data is backed up safely while keeping its integrity intact. This will give you time to concentrate on other tasks.
  • You are in charge of everything. You get to decide the exact time and day of the backup schedule. This gives you the chance to assemble/prepare the data that needs to be backed up on time.
  • The traditional mediums of data storage limit the number of backup schedules you can define. But CloudBacko proves its superiority once more by letting users define an unlimited numbers of backup schedules. You can choose as many days of the month as you need for automatic data backup. Virtually, there is no limit posed.

Ensuring that your data is backed up regularly without interference ensures that your data always stays up to date. This will have the added advantage of keeping you data safe from any type of data corruption that might occur with your systems.