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Cloud services are services made available to users via the Internet from a provider's servers. Cloud services are designed to provide easy, scalable access to applications, resources and services, and are fully managed by a cloud services provider. It is a model for enabling ubiquitous, on-demand access to a shared pool of configurable computing resources. Frequently offered cloud services are infrastructure-as-a-service (IaaS), desktops-as-a-service (DaaS), software-as-a-service (SaaS) and platform-as-a-service (PaaS). Examples of cloud services include online data storage and backup solutions, Web-based e-mail services, hosted office suites and document collaboration services, database processing, managed technical support services and more.

Dear Community,
I am looking for cloud backup solution for a G Suite businness
I need a cloud backup solution allowing incremental backup, access rights and granular search.
i need a solution in cloud no physical server and NAS.
Thank you in advance for your feedback.

Regards,
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We have a Synology NAS and would like to do a daily cloud backup.

I am looking for a suggestion as to the overall best cloud server.

We do our local backups using Hyper Backup and it seems to work OK.

I have tried using Hyper Backup to AWS cloud. For me, not a good solution.

We have about 2000 gigs of data with about 400 megs getting modified daily.

This whole external cloud backup is new to me.
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I have O365 Business Premium and a lot of data in the Business OneDrive
I have a new Win 10 Home laptop and can connect to that Work account OK.
HOWEVER, in the Users\dmacl\Documents\OneDrive, the what is displayed is the Personal OneDrive generated automatically.

How can I get that reference replaced with the correct one pointing to the Business OneDrive?
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nextcloud issue:
i try to move ownership from one to other user:
both users has logged in to web access
i do the following from command line
sudo -u www-data php occ files:transfer-ownership "source-user" "destination-user

Error:
The target user is not ready to accept files. The user has at least to be logged in once.

What is wrong here?
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Nexcloud:
Assume you have a directory and you share this with group or user/s.
is it possible to create a folder in this directory and change only sharing for this folder to hide from group?
linke L/Unix permission start directory has permission 777 and som folder in this directory has 700 or 770, ... like that
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Cloud Services Terminology

I have read about Cloud Services Terminology : https://www.bigcommerce.com/blog/saas-vs-paas-vs-iaas/#the-key-differences-between-on-premise-saas-paas-iaas

it does not cover the case where everything is On-Premises, except for Azure Active Directory and  Office 365  ,
local Active Directory is connected to Azure AD.

How do we call this type of Service? is it Saas ?

Thank you
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Our auditors subscribe to Teammate SaaS Prod in the cloud.
Teammate also offers a QA/UAT SaaS in the cloud.

Q1:
Under what circumstances would sites out there subscribe
to QA/UAT  Teammate SaaS?

Q2:
What's Teammate QA/UAT used for?   Is there any development
work for Teammate that needs to be done in UAT 1st before
being ported over to Prod Teammate?

Q3:
I've heard of our parent company's  audit dept uses on-prem
Teammate & have both QA/UAT plus Prod environments?
not convenient to ask the auditors, but curious what it's for
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When you buy office 365 subscription, it comes with 1TB OneDrive. I also have Carbonite online backup where I pick and choose which folders I want to back up. It seems to me that I can cancel Carbonite subscription and just synchronize folders using One Drive.
Is there a problem with idea?
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OneDirve for business ...  My BB speeds are approx 50 meg

It was working OK with a gig or so of data ...  

I decided to move my photos / videos in of approx 250 gig.
Now I realise thats a lot. But a week later and I left my laptop on over night a few times and it still wasnt complete or any whwre near it
Got a mixture of messages / excuses saying sync resources low etc

Ive uninstalled and reinstalled One Drive ap and it says  Processing and is on a count down and at about 5000 and getting lower.
Presume when it hits 0 it starts up loading what it doesnt have in the Cloud

Anyway, whats your experience of OneDrive?
Is it fast?
Is it stable?
etc ...
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i upload a folder to nextcloud on ubuntu (lxd)(just drop folder in webpage) all file is uploaded except for .files (hiden file).
How to upload hiden file where is it to accept which file extension is ok to upload. (i want to accept all type files).
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Concerned about fees that could be charged if I misjudge something like this ..

I have a 20 gig allowance .. which should be loads
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I recently upgraded from aniPhone 7 plus to an 11 Pro MAx. All my data was on iCloud which transferred to the new phone, or so I thought. When I look at the 8000 or so photos and videos, some appear to be on my new phone and open up immediately, some I get a message that the phone needs to download the file first before it opens.

I want to make sure that all my data is residing locally on my new iPhone. How do I accomplish this?
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Hi Guys,

We need a backup software solution for a couple of Andriod devices.
Especially to backup mail (Office 365)

Any ideas will be appreciated,
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Hi, i would like to ask can i install pos system app in a dedicated server that host by third party or through cloud services?
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I'm trying to configure a rule in Cisco CES cloud platform the stops people masquerading as the CEO
for attempted Phishing. So on our previous FW we had if the mail has the sender as 'our ceo' but does not come from
our Domain, then drop. I can see where to configure this in the CES.
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Looking for help getting my Sonicwall logs files to upload the the Microsoft Azure Cloud App Security system. I am trying to setup the Sonicwall's so they forward their logs to MS to be analyze. I need to have a forwarding machine installed to do this. They have a Docking image of Linus, but I can't seem to get it to work. My working knowledge Linux is pretty limited. I have been using this article as a reference: https://blogs.technet.microsoft.com/cloudready/2018/03/07/configure-microsoft-cloud-app-security-to-analyze-sonicwall-logs/. Thanks
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We have 2TB of archived files that we want to move to Cloud storage. The current 2 TB of files will increase as we archive more data, so for now we would need 2.5 to 3 TB of space.

We will need users to be able to access the files (read only) as needed and be able to download from the archive as needed.  

Azure file storage is to expensive at this time.  

Do not want to use AWS because we are using Azure for Cloud backup and will eventually use Azure for file storage.

Other than Dropbox, can anyone recommend another Cloud storage solution for storing these files.

Thanks,
cja
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I use Acronis. The basic way it works is that it does a full then incrementals thereafter. It will only keep a certain number of incrementals at which point it merges the oldest incremental in to the full thus creating a new full. The sync program would have do to it by "block" or whatever you want to call it or it will continually be trying to sync the huge full backup every day.

   The perfect way to do it would be to back up nightly to a NAS or big External Hard Drive and then sync that hard drive or NAS to the cloud. Same issue with merging the oldest incremental in to the last full thus creating a new full. So does anyone know of a sync program that is "block" aware of wherever you want to call it?
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Acronis wants almost $900 for 1TB of Cloud Storage for 1 year. Isn't that a little outrageous? Why would I want to do that when my OneDrive account has 1TB for free?

What could Acronis's cloud storage bring to the party that would justify that? (Yes it will be used on a server running their backup software).
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hi, i want to know what are barematel servers in cloud hosting. they have a hypervisor installed or not ? if not how to connect to them.
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I have an organization that is looking to keep all their files in the cloud on all their computers.  The one thing that is unusual is that they want all the desktops and documents to be shared with each other so there really is no need to keep anything private within the organization but completely collaborative.  (Its only 4 computers)  So I figured that maybe there would be four folders in a cloud share named Computer1, Computer2,Computer3,Computer4.   Then within each of those folders there will be a desktop and documents folder.  Locally on each machine I would make the location for desktop and documents to its corresponding cloud folder.  Then everyone can see each others information from their cloud drive.  This is exactly what OneDrive does already, however, they want everything on the computers to be collaborative.  

The question I have is what's the best approach?  They currently have both G Suite and Office 365.  Should I setup the file structure that I just mentioned in G drive and then call it a day?  Is this possible to accomplish through SharePoint?  Is there one advantage over the other or is there a problem with this setup?

Thanks!
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Hi can you back up stuff from emails in outlook to one drive?

Trying to find out if this will work.  A person scans a document to a specific email address.  The email addresses where it coming from  all have scanner names. I.e hthscanner@joebloggs.com  so I would set up subfolders in the inbox and have a rule to send email to specific folder depending on the email address.

what I’m trying to do then is at the end of the month or daily if that’s easier I need all the emails moving to a one drive or can I auto archive daily or monthly.

I would need to files to be kept for a year before I auto delete them.

does autoarchive fill up my data space in the email account? that’s why I’m sort of thinking save to one drive?

any thoughts
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We currently use Veeam and Veeam Copy Jobs to an Exagrid de-duplicating appliance.  Exagrid automatically sync's our data center backups to our remote office.  To supplement that, and to protect against a ransomware attack, we want cloud air-gapped backups.  We presently use Veeam copy jobs to iLand for that purpose but it's not going well.

We are about to demo CommVault but I figured before doing so, maybe I should take a step back and ask for thoughts on:

CommVault vs. Zert0

The ONLY thing I like about Veeam copy jobs to a cloud provider is the provider's "insider protection" which basically is a cloud based "recycle bin" which even a malicious admin can't touch.

We don't enjoy the overly complex nature of hundreds of  Veeam backup jobs and copy jobs.  It's a nightmare to monitor and maintain.

CommVault sounds much simpler.

I don't know anything about Zert0 other than it offers granular restores to the minute which could be super handy during a ransomware attack (assuming they don't successfully attack our backups).

I suppose the air-gapped-ness depends on the destination provider for both CommVault and Zert0.

Do these solutions typically rely on things like Amazon's Object Lock / Compliance Mode / WORM (write-once-read-many)?

A big requirement is MFA in order to delete backup containers; my nightmare scenario is my laptop getting hijacked and/or my admin credentials getting compromised and ransomware hacker attacking my cloud backups too !!!

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Should I or not move my resources to a cloud provider?  I would like to get some feedback from others that have done this. We have multiple offices with about 140 employees.

My firm is in the process of getting an assessment done  to give guidance for upgrades and future projects.  What they have come back to us with is to move our on-prem  Exchange and Document Management to the cloud along with our Domain as the initial phase and eventually move aging resources to the cloud when they are in need for the upgrade.
  • Exchange will be Office 365
  • AD will be Azure
  • DMS will be its own cloud service.

I have hesitations on this based on our data footprint as well as the need for performance.  The consultant feels that the cloud model will give everyone ease of mobility as well as remove the need of VDI for remote access.  We currently have 3 offices, but all the data resides in our primary location and the remote office connect back to the primary office.
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What are the security & compliance requirements we can safely
demand/expect from Oracle ERP (Enterprise Resrc Planng) Cloud.

Likely Finance, HR, Procurement modules will be used in this
cloud ERP.

a) Data sovereignty: DC must be local?

b) BCP/DR drills done yearly with DR centre also hosted locally?

c) this is an SaaS?  So we can apply all  the SaaS compliance
    requirements on them including returning data to us &
    secure erasure of data when exiting?

d) ... any other ... ?
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Cloud Services

715

Solutions

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Contributors

Cloud services are services made available to users via the Internet from a provider's servers. Cloud services are designed to provide easy, scalable access to applications, resources and services, and are fully managed by a cloud services provider. It is a model for enabling ubiquitous, on-demand access to a shared pool of configurable computing resources. Frequently offered cloud services are infrastructure-as-a-service (IaaS), desktops-as-a-service (DaaS), software-as-a-service (SaaS) and platform-as-a-service (PaaS). Examples of cloud services include online data storage and backup solutions, Web-based e-mail services, hosted office suites and document collaboration services, database processing, managed technical support services and more.