Backup Multiple Users
Backup your entire user's data, pictures, documents and you will always be prepared when data restoration is needed.
Backup Appliance is ideal for the home.
Backup Appliance backs up all your worstations at work.
Restore in hours instead of days. Restore full, partial, multiple folders, files and versions of your data. Historical data is only limited by your storage you choose to purchase.
Our Backup Appliance can protect against ransomware by segregating the way backup is handled.
Unique feature of our device is that there is no local software to install for Accordion to work.
With a single device, you can backup multiple Operating Systems such as Windows-Desktops, Windows-Servers, macOS, and all flavors of Linux.
Accordion backup appliance is a pocket sized, light weight device that can be connected to any USB external hard drive to backup your data to. If your data is too large for your backup, simply plug in another external hard drive or unplug existing hard drive with a larger drive. The Accordion custom operating system gives you additional protection against virus and spyware because the backup drive is not seen on your network.
Accordion Backup, allows for creation of multiple backup scenarios.
- Backup multiple PCs, Macs and Linux machines to a single Accordion appliance.
- Backup any number of Operating systems; including Windows, MacOS and Linux
- Backup all your network and office users
- Fast recovery for data, hours instead of days
- Manage your own hard disk sizes based on your specific needs
- Not beholden to outside cloud bandwidth throttling
The Accoridon backup appliance is small enough to fit in your shirt pocket and light enough that you won't even know that it is there. It has no moving parts and runs so cool that a fan isn't needed. The Accordion can connect wired or wireless to any network. In the unfortunate event that the Accordion appliance is lost or stolen, there is no need to worry because it stores no data on its own, there is no security risk at all.
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