In Part 4 of our series, we show how to use Buffalo and Seagate BlackArmor NAses as rsync targets.
SanDisk announced its Ultra Backup USB portable flash drives. The drives are designed to protect photo, music, video and other types of digital files with the touch of a button and no software installation.
The drive protects backed-up files with password-protected access control and AES hardware-based encryption.
The Ultra Backup ships in April in capacities of 8 GB - 64 GB with MSRPs between $39.99 and $199.99.
Storage Appliance today announced a small device that turns any USB hard drive into a Clickfree automatic backup device.
The Clickfree Transformer Cable connects between any Windows Vista, XP or 2000 computer and USB drive to convert it into a Clickfree backup drive that searches, organizes and backs up 400 different file types.
The Cable Backup has an MSRP of $59.99 and is available now direct from the Storage Appliance website and other retailers.
eFileCabinet today announced its new service offering, Concentsus Online Backup. The Concentsus solution is based on EMC's Fortress suite of online backup services. It performs automatic backups from Windows computers and servers via a secure SSL-based connection to eFileCabinet's offsite servers.
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