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Carbonite Server Backup

hey guys,

we have 1 server here thats our DC/File server.

Looks like they purchased carbonite for backups. How effective is this for a good backup?
Windows Server 2012Storage SoftwareDisaster RecoveryAcronis

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8/22/2022 - Mon
noxcho

Carbonite has a good name on backup market. And often they do not develop their own software but use a license of one of the backup software makers such as Symantec, Acronis, Paragon etc. Just replacing the names in software. So it should be ok.
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Aaron Tomosky

Always have a second dc either cloud or physical. An old desktop will do fine.
Carbonite

Hi,

First off me let say that personally I think Carbonite Server backup is very effective :)

Secondly if you have any questions or need help getting into that account feel free to shoot me a message or reach out. I'd love to help you in any way I can.
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