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IDrive Online Backup Integrates Advanced Database Server Backup for Businesses

July 15, 2014

By a News Reporter-Staff News Editor at Information Technology Newsweekly -- IDrive Inc., data backup and storage provider, announced the integration of Database Server Backup capabilities to their disaster recovery offering. The addition of this advanced functionality targets businesses in need of integrated server backup capabilities and cross-platform flexibility.

"Providing businesses with an easy-to-use and secure backup solution is our priority," says Raghu Kulkarni, CEO of IDrive. "A reliable data protection strategy is essential to every business model and our goal is to offer a variety of plans that promote business' specific continuity needs at an affordable price."

Database Server Backup offers secure data backup and recovery with no downtime as well as backup for running MS SQL Server, MS Exchange Server, Oracle Server, and MS SharePoint Server. Users can also create multiple backup sets, set up sub-accounts and manage them all from a central administrator console, link multiple devices to a single account, and utilize point-in-time recovery for specified databases. All data is secured using 256-bit AES encryption, with optional private key encryption as another level of protection.

Offering more than just backup, IDrive also enables users to restore their database critical data, setup email notifications when scheduled backup jobs are complete and hosts several other features for specific databases like MS Exchange Server, which gets brick-level mailbox backup and restore.

Database Server Backup is currently available as an integrated service for all IDrive accounts. Various cost efficient plans are currently available on their website.

Keywords for this news article include: IDrive Inc., Information Technology, Information and Data Encoding and Encryption.

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Source: Information Technology Newsweekly

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