With Kamazoy, you have the freedom to choose how you manage the diversity of server backups and workstation backups: via the cloud or a hybrid model. Kamazoy cloud backup enables you to send your data offsite for fast, secure and simple online backup.
Our hybrid cloud backup enables you to set up an on-premise storage space, such as a NAS appliance, USB or disk as local storage. We call this “Local Speed Vault™.” With access to your data both on- and off-site, you can complete restores in minutes instead of hours. And you can manage everything from one central live monitoring view. Our automatic re-connect technology ensures backups won’t be sabotaged by a spotty Internet connection, giving you peace of mind.
Backing up 9,000 files per second requires a unique technology, one that’s as fast as it is simple. That’s why it’s called True Delta. With it, we only back up changes made to the data – not the full file or volume. This form of deep deduplication ensures you only do one full backup. You then back up on average less than 0.5% of the total data set. We combine these changes in cabinets so your bandwidth and CPU usage remains low. And if you want to save something forever, we offer free archiving.
It’s all part of one powerful solution: Kamazoy Hybrid Cloud Backup.
Server plug-ins come in many variations. Kamazoy Hybrid Cloud Backup seamlessly integrates with Windows, Linux® and OS X® platforms, as well as Microsoft® Exchange, SharePoint®, SQL Server®, MySQL® and Oracle®. For backup of virtual machines, we support Hyper-V® and VMware®.
Oh, if we had a pound for every time we heard that, we’d be as big as Microsoft by now!
The failure to have backups in place kills UK businesses each year. In a recent survey conducted by Kroll Ontrack, the leading data recovery company in the UK, they found that “66 percent (compared to 29 percent in 2010) of 1,066 surveyed customers cited a hardware crash or failure”. It happens. Maybe not today, maybe not tomorrow, but it will eventually fail.
Solid state drives have the reputation of being a bit more stable but are by no means failsafe; the same survey revealed that of the 50,000 recoveries Kroll Ontrack performs annually, Solid State Drives (SSDs) and flash devices account for 15 percent of our recoveries with RAID/Virtual infrastructures making up 13 percent. If you take into account the number of hard drives in the market vs. the number of SSDs, 15 percent is significant. This illustrates that data loss affects every type of storage from the consumer grade up to the enterprise level and the impact is great.