Does it make sense to use Online Backup if you have a slow Internet connection?

Our seed load feature allows backing up of a large volume data to a local storage device during the first backup job. With our proprietary In-File Delta technology, the original file is required to be backed up once only, i.e. in the first backup job. Thereafter, only the changes within the file made since the previous backup are necessary to be backed up. With these two features, backing up of a large volume of data can be completed in a very short period of time, even on slower connections.


For more information on In-File Delta technology please refer to this article


Read more about Backup Speed in this Whitepaper

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