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"Wow. This product saves you a lot of time when backing up your SQL Server databases. The desktop version is simple to use and free. The cloud service is a nice addition for those who want ultimate database security."

Anton Levchuk,
Intaris

Why SQL Cloud Backup?


Let's face it - enterprise grade SQL Server backup software can be quite expensive. For most companies, however, features offered by many well-known backup programs are overkill. All you may need is something affordable, with a simple interface, backup encryption and compression and some sort of scheduler to automate routine operations. And here is your product - SQL Cloud Backup, a solution for creating SQL Server backups and saving them onto a local disk and, optionally, to the cloud.


Free Version for Corporate Use


Unlike paid (and rather expensive) alternatives, SQL Cloud Backup saves you both time and money. The desktop software is free for corporate use and covers the essential 80% of features offered by paid solutions. There are no limitations on the number of SQL servers, instances or databases, and you can use the program for as long as you want.


Cloud Backup - A Complete Backup Solution


There is more to SQL Cloud Backup than just a free SQL Server backup tool that replicates the functionality of expensive paid alternatives. What makes it a truly versatile SQL Server backup solution is its seamless integration with its own cloud backup storage.


It's obvious that the best backup strategy is to keep at least two identical backup copies in different places, preferably hundreds or thousands of miles away from one another. Following this strategy, you would upload your backup to the cloud right after you have created the local copy.


That's exactly what SQL Cloud Backup does when you enable the cloud backup option. It will create the local backup, check its integrity, encrypt it and then upload to the cloud server associated with your online account. This process is automated - you don't have to manually move the files back and forth and keep an inventory of your database backup revisions. Simply set the program to automatically upload your backups to the cloud in addition to saving local backups - and you are done.


Interested? Download SQL Cloud Backup 2014 now, and get a one month free cloud backup subscription.


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More Benefits of SQL Cloud Backup


Simplicity and Straightforwardness


The guiding principle when creating SQL Cloud Backup was 'set it and forget it'. A user only needs to go through a simple wizard once and then have all her backups regularly created, checked for integrity, compressed and saved onto a local disk or uploaded to cloud storage. The program resolves any conflicts and errors with data safety as a highest priority. Only when human involvement is absolutely necessary will the program notify the user or require input.


Disk Space Economy


Never worry about the file size - only the first backup contains the full copy of your database. For all subsequent backups, the program automatically runs the deduplication process which means that only the data that has been changed is added to the backup file. In addition, the program compresses the backups to save even more disk space. And finally, the backups stored on the cloud server can be purged manually or automatically thus freeing up disk space for new backups.


Top Level Security


Backup encryption is available in the free desktop edition of SQL Cloud Backup and is optional for local backups. The encryption is automatic, however, and cannot be disabled when you upload your backups to the cloud server. This is because keeping your data confidential is our primary concern - no one can gain access to the data in your backups on the cloud server, because only you know the encryption passphrase.


Absolute Security of Your Data


On our cloud servers we keep an eye on your backups and make sure that they are safe from being lost. We replicate the backups on different hard drives, servers and even data centers so that if a hard drive or a server fails, identical backups remain intact and ready to be copied again onto a new server.