Personal 1 TB of storage per year.
Universal Online Backup
One stop solution to backup all of your PCs, Macs, iPhones, iPads, Android devices and Facebook pictures into a single account!
Small Business Online Backup
Enterprise class secure data protection for all of your business computers, servers, Exchange, SQL, NAS and mobile devices.
A secure local storage for all of your important files, with speedy backups and restores! This is a perfect complement to your cloud backup.
We built Express Backup to backup unlimited PCs, Macs, iPhones, iPads and Android devices into a single account.
In addition, data from mapped drives can also be backed up.
Express Backup automatically recognizes the modified parts of files and backs them up in real-time.
Access files backed up from PCs and Macs or synced from connected devices; protect your mobile data with our apps for iOS and Android.
No data is deleted from your Express Backup online account until you manually delete or run ‘Archive Cleanup’ to match your computer data to your account.
A new software feature that can restore an earlier version of a batch of files, all at once.
Online File Sync
Your files and folders will be synced in real time across all the devices that you link using Express Backup.
Incremental and compressed backups will ease your network bandwidth by transferring the modified portions of a file.
From any browser, you can access your backed up files, manage your backup set and its schedule, and view backup logs.
Search and restore files from the desktop application or via any browser; provision to recover deleted files fromTrash within a period of 30 days.
Transfer and store your files with 256-bit AES encryption using a user-defined key that is not stored anywhere on the servers.
With the ever-changing technical landscape, you can bet that your computer will be obsolete in the next three years. But that doesn’t mean your files or photos are obsolete. Whether you’re backing up data for your business or holding on to family vacation memories, backing up your computer is essential to protecting your important files.
Not only will they be safe from hackers or hardware failure but you’ll also be able to move them across old and new devices as technology changes. If you’re waiting for a good reason to back up your computer, check out these top 3 reasons why you need computer backup right now.
Top 3 Reasons Why You Need Computer Backup
Inevitably, your hard drive will die, and even an external hard drive isn’t safe from viruses or external destruction like water or drop damage. The average lifespan of a decent hard drive is 5-6 years, which is barely enough time to fill it with data.
Hard drive failure is the most common cause of data loss, both among professional and personal computer users, and once a hard drive fails, there is little chance of recovery. That is why it’s important to back up your computer regularly in order to protect it from hardware failure. When your files are backed up to the Cloud or other external server, they will be protected even when the hard drive is not.
The Average Data recovery cost is $1500 – $2500 and time in recovery is 7-10 days. It is more cost effective to backup than to recover your data.
Crypto locker and its many variants. This is one of the worst viruses the Tech industry has seen since the Melisa virus in 1999. This new Ransom style virus will encrypt all your data including locally connected drives or any drive that is mapped to the computer with the infection. There is no way to recover from this virus unless you pay the Ransom or have a versioning backup system. Even if you pay the ransom sometimes you still don’t get your data back. No one is immune, this virus will attack PC’s and Mac’s or Small and Large companies.
A Virus that targets both Macs and PCs
Software issues are another reason why computer back up is necessary. Viruses can be downloaded by accident by yourself, family members or maliciously sent to users in your office. Once they take hold, it can be difficult to have them removed without damaging your existing databases.
Hackers also implant viruses in order to gather important information, usually credit card numbers, passwords, or other classified information that can be used against you or your business. While there are actions you can take if your computer is hacked, backing up your computer will protect your private information and also provide you with an extra level of defense against hackers looking to steal your information or identity.
While hackers steal digital information, thieves will have no problem stealing actual computers, smart phones, hard drives, or even servers from homes, businesses, or storage facilities. Even with encryption codes and passwords, the most adept thieves will simply take apart your computer or phone and sell the parts.
Once stolen, it is unlikely you’ll ever see it again. If you back up your data to an external space such as the Cloud, you’ll still be able to access it even if your computer is stolen, and you’ll be able to re-download the information to your new software and hard drives. When you back up your data with us, we give you access to our cloud storage mobile app so you can reach your information anywhere at any time. So if it takes some time for a new computer or server to come in, you won’t notice any speed bumps in your daily work.
Back up your data now!
Backing up your computer means you are taking a proactive approach to your data. Consider it your way of taking an insurance policy out on your computer that will protect you from the internal and external forces that threaten its safety. If you don’t back up your computer today, you are at risk for viruses, hackers, and hard drive failure that can cause you to lose your data forever.