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Archived Windows Server data to the cloud

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Is there any mechanism that can archive Windows Server Data from physical servers with local disks to the Amazon cloud or Azure? It would have to look at the creation time to see if it is older than 90 days.  If so, it would remove the data and move it to the cloud.  This would only leave 90 days of data on the physical windows servers at any given time.  Any way to do this?
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We use Seco Backup. which backs up the Amazon S3 for free.

http://www.secobackup.com/products-secobackup.html
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This looks like a sync of all data.  Is it able to ARCHIVE anything older than 90 days so that anything over 90 days does not live on the originating servers anymore?
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Andrew Hancock (VMware vExpert / EE MVE^2) earned 500 total points
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depends on how you configure it, and schedule it it's also FREE!
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