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Old 06-12-2008, 07:18 PM
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I was wondering if anyone can recommend a good online backup solution for Windows 2003 Server. I know there are services out there like Carbonite for desktop machines. I need something that runs on Windows Server 2003. I keep hearing about Amazon's service but I cannot find a reliable client program that automates the backup. I read allot of bad things about Jungle Disk. Can you tell me what you guys use? This would be a great business add on as well. Thanks for the information.
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Depends on what exactly you are trying to do. I use Vemu www.vembu.com for backing up my servers/desktops but I also offer backup services to others.
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I was wondering if anyone can recommend a good online backup solution for Windows 2003 Server. I know there are services out there like Carbonite for desktop machines. I need something that runs on Windows Server 2003. I keep hearing about Amazon's service but I cannot find a reliable client program that automates the backup. I read allot of bad things about Jungle Disk. Can you tell me what you guys use? This would be a great business add on as well. Thanks for the information.
Mozi are well regarded, not sure they do W2K3
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Thank you for the reply. I went to vembu.com and I am going to contact them. I appreciate the time you took to post.
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No problem in a few days i'll have a document all about online-backups and you can download it.
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I've just rolled out a solution using crashplan to 1 of my customers. I am offering it to my current customers, then to others. I'm charging a setup charge, then 15/mo for 10gb and then $1/GB over that. I working out a few more offers but that is where I am starting.
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