Backup Hardware Solutions | Storage and Software
Hardware backup solutions are very popular among people who don’t want to bother about online backup. There are special USB backup devices which require you to only press one button to automatically copy all your HDD contents to a built-in HDD. The price of convenience of these devices is that they don’t provide enough flexibility for many use cases.
Backup strategy is always about finding right balance between speed and reliability. Want to keep data locally? Use backup hardware, but don‘t expect it to save you from fires, floods, theft, etc. Thinking about online backups? Then prepare yourself to rely on Internet connection and relatively poor speed of recovery.
The good news is that there are solutions on the market that can provide a needed level of flexibility. Our software is designed for Windows 10/8/7/Vista/XP and 2016/2012/2008/2003 Server and allows backing up to any local and networked locations including NAS, USB, FTP/SFTP/FTPS, WebDAV, Amazon S3, and much more.
Version 8.4.2, built on September 19, 2022
More on Backup Strategies
There is no strict rule requiring you to choose between hardware-based approach and online backups. In fact, you can combine them: the most recent trend in backup practices is a so-called D2D2C, or Disk-to-Disk-to-Cloud. It expects that you copy backups on a local hard drive, and then make use of Cloud replication.
Let’s now see options that you can have in our utility. As a backup destination, you can select both online and and backup hardware locations:
Version 8.4.2, built on September 19, 2022. 111 MB
We welcome you to check out Standard edition of our software. It has all the basic features, and you can try it free of charge for 30 days!
If you’re still not sure if the product is right for you, please see a full list of backup features. In it, you can find more information about supported hardware and online locations.
Handy Backup Standard
$39 per license
What to Back Up
Image Backup - with our utility you can make complete backups of your HDD images
MySQL Backup - in addition to files- and image-based backup, you can also protect your databases!
Network Backup - learn how to protect data of networked devices
Where to Back Up
Backup Storage - read general information about storage location supported by our software
WebDAV Backup - store your backups at WebDAV-compatible online storage services
Backup to USB - learn different aspects of backing up to USB storage hardware
Backup to Amazon S3 - store data in one of the most popular cloud services
How to Back Up
VSS Backup - read how our software backs up open file with Windows Volume Shadow Copy Service
Enterprise Backup Methods - learn about multi-computer backup solution that we develop