The Xopero difference
Xopero Cloud Business
Backup multiple devices – servers, endpoints, mobiles and virtual systems. Simple, fast and seamless data migration. Central management that lets you control all backup tasks. AES 256 encryption guarantees no-one can access your organization’s data without permission. Advanced, secure data synchronization. Long-term data storage and archiving using twin locations.
Xopero QNAP Appliance
Easy to configure and use. Can be installed within a few minutes. Remotely manage backups, monitor their accuracy and configure all accounts and applications installed on workstations and servers. Ensure instant recovery of your organization’s critical data. Backup and restore files, folders, endpoints, servers, databases, mail accounts, network locations and virtual environment. Combines safe data storage, automatic backup and central management.
Xopero Backup & Restore
Protect unlimited endpoints, servers and virtual machines. Save money using your organization’s existing infrastructure. Implement secure AES encryption and SSL transmission to protect your organization’s data.
Comprehensive solution capabilities
- Endpoint, Server, Mobile & Virtual machine backup
- Backup of Databases, mailboxes and network drives
- MS Exchange backup. System State backup
- VHD and HDD image backup
- Onsite & offsite backup. Disaster recovery
- All types of replication for virtual and physical environments: P2P, P2V, V2V, and V2P
- Bare metal recovery. LAN/WAN backup
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