Carbonite Included in Solution Review’s Updated Backup and Recovery Buyers Guide


What a month it’s been for the backup and recovery market. We’ve seen major acquisitions, with that of Dell’s, EMC. Conventions and expos where the industry’s best addressed exciting innovations in cloud, infosec and IoT. In response to these changes, and to stay current with best of breed backup and recovery solutions, we updated our 2016 Backup and Disaster Recovery Solution Buyer’s Guide. The new edition informs consumers about vendor, Carbonite, online backup service providers named after Carbonite, the fictional substance used to freeze Han Solo in Star Wars, and were the first service to offer unlimited backup space for a fixed price. The buyer’s guide features their EVault solution, which centralizes the backup and recovery of data on all computers distributed throughout an organization’s locations.

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EVault by Carbonite provides cloud-based backup, recovery and storage solutions to enterprises. EVault centralizes the backup and recovery of data on all computers distributed throughout an organization’s locations. Agents automatically back up the data over the internet to a highly secure data center. Enterprises monitor and manage everything within a web browser. Data recovery with Carbonite is easy :when the data needs to be restored, users  navigate to the recovery point via an intuitive interface, and click to retrieve data. EVault provides reports that provide details about the status of the backups.  EVault’s cloud-based backup and recovery subscription service deduplicates, compresses, encrypts and then transmits the data to one of their data centers to be managed by one of EVault’s agents.

Key Features

  • Secure Data Protection Infrastructure– Backups support 24/7 operations by backing up mission-critical applications while they are online. FIPS-approved AES encryption protects data in transit and at rest in their cloud, only the data owner is able to access it.
  • Easy Deployment and Management– Real-time collaboration with colleagues or the EVault Customer Service team via a special social platform portal, the ability to manage and monitor the health of the backup environment, and troubleshoot failed backups with greater speed and accuracy.
  • Compression and Data Duplication– Front-end data deduplication uses EVault delta block-level processing technology to ensure only new and changed data blocks within files are sent to storage, decreasing backup times.
  • Compliance with Data Protection Policies and Regulations– EVault Reports provide instant, centralized and accurate information about the entire backup and recovery process. To retain data for more than a year, the cloud-based long term retention service lets clients manage their data retention from the same user interface as their backups.
Bottom Line

EVault is a good backup and disaster recovery solution for companies on the small to medium side, who don’t need to back up terabytes of complicated data. They also have more data centers that most of their competitors, and since the have been around for some time, they support broader platforms. EVault only supports Windows-based NAS directly.

Check out Carbonite’s EVault, and other excellent backup and recovery products in our 2016 Backup and Recovery Vendor Buyers Guide, and as always, Keep up with your backup and recovery industry best practices by following us on Twitter and Linkedin.