By Ben Puzzuoli, Director Sales & Marketing at DataDepositBox
June 2, 2015

DataDepositBox Online Data Backup Expert Tips: Powered by Data Deposit Box—What Does it Mean?

Everyone needs to know what they are signing up for and what they can expect to get when they sign up for a service. One source of information would be the website of the company. Another would be the Service Level Agreement. However, the proof of the pudding is in the testing and many online backup companies offer potential customers the opportunity to try the product before they sign up for the service.

‘Powered by Data Deposit Box’ is a stamp of quality. It is an assurance that customers availing of the services offered by Data Deposit Box can expect to get the best of the breed services from the company. It is a commitment to deliver what is promised.

Having said that, let us see what is exactly offered and what is delivered to the customers!

The Unique Selling Proposition of the Company is the Continuous Backup™. The continuous backup system operates in the background constantly monitoring files and folders that are being changed. This implies that changes to open files are also recorded and the file is instantly and automatically backed up. There are no delays and requirement of backup windows for the backup operations. Bandwidth throttling that is integral to the continuous backup ensures that monitoring happens all the time but backup is initiated only at idle time.

The encryption algorithm that is automatic is one of the strongest encryption systems available today. It is used by banks and financial institutions to ensure security of their transactions.

The graphical user interface is easy to use and intuitive. A number of wizards guide even the novice user through the process of installation, configuration and operation.

Files and folders are available to you wherever you are located. All you need is a computer and an Internet connection. You can send a password protected file or folder to a third party for collaboration and sharing or save modified files and folders as multiple versions of an original file with appropriate labeling and time stamps. Recovery of files is also made simple with smart recovery features such as the Web Cart which allows you to collect and recover multiple files at once.

Finally, the pricing model is attractive with no hidden fees, surprises and no limits on the number of computers that can be backed up to a single online storage account. The charges per device or per space use are one of the lowest in the market.

For those who want to try the software before they buy, a 14-day trial version is on offer. Users can sign up and test drive the trial till they are satisfied that the company delivers just what it promises!

If caution prompts you to desist from putting all eggs in one basket, you can opt for Data Deposit Box’s hybrid cloud. The hybrid offering combines the accessibility and flexibility of the cloud with local storage that can be initiated from the client based interfaces. Users can enjoy all the conveniences of the cloud service with LAN speed access and restore.

About the Author: Ben Puzzuoli is Director of Sales & Marketing at DataDepositBox, a Toronto based cloud data backup service provider, which is listed at both the Toronto and Frankfurt Stock Exchanges. DataDepositBox technologies and solutions are currently used daily by over 200,000 customers, 1,000 resellers, 25 MSPs and private label partners for online backup and recovery, archiving, disaster readiness, secure file sharing and remote access. Visit DDB website here:



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