manageNET

Secure Cloud Backup

Automatic Data Backup

manageNET offer several customizable data backup solutions. Our selected backup technology backs up automatically and encrypts your backup data before it ever leaves your computer; we don't limit your file size.

"The most flexible, reliable and secure backup solution for enterprises."

Multi-Destination

At manageNET our backup solution offers onsite backup for fast restores and offsite backup for disaster recovery. Our backup solution makes it easy to back up data to multiple locations to provide the highest level of availability, convenience and protection.

Features

  •  Intuitive
  • Cross Platform
  • Real Time Reporting
  • Data Balancing
  • Mobile Access

Remote Backup & Storage

manageNET's subscription plans provide anywhere from 10GB to unlimited backup and online storage for personal or business use. manageNET also provides what we call "continuous backup," meaning your changes are backed up as often as once per minute. It also includes our flexible backup sets option, so that you can send business data to manageNET's ASIO T4 Austrlaian Data Centre as your secure online storage destination.

Back up your business

manageNET's eneterprise grade backup solution also offers LDAP support, REST API and access to certified engineers. Our flexible data backup architecture makes it easy to leverage your existing infrastructure for private data backup to your private cloud in our data center, using your hardware or ours. Our enterprise customers rely on manageNET as the cornerstone of their disaster recovery and business continuity initiatives.

Contact us today and find our how manageNET can help solidify your online backup requirements.

  • FAQ

What type of encryption do you use?

manageNET's backup solution uses 448-bit Blowfish encryption, which is much stronger than the 128-bit encryption that online banking and most businesses use. 448-bit is the length of the key. The longer the key, the harder it is to decrypt data.Put simply, if someone ever accessed your backup archive, both your password and encryption key is needed to decrypt your data.

If I change my private password, what happens to the data already encrypted with the original password?

Imagine you have your keys to your car locked in a safe. The private password is the key to the safe, not the keys to the car. You can still restore versions of files encrypted with the original data password and you don't need to start your backup over. Your data is not actually encrypted with the private password or account password. Those passwords act as a way to lock or protect the actual key used to encrypt data. So if you change your password, we do not have to re-encrypt your data or start the back up over. We just re-lock the data key with the new private password. Your data encryption key never changes.

Where is the encryption key stored?

It is stored in your configuration settings but locked by your private data password. It is also stored in the archive locked by your private data password, this facilitates guest restore.

Does this encryption key maintain its value even if I change my account password?

Yes, we relock the data encryption key with the new password when it is changed.

Do I need to make firewall changes to use manageNET's Online Backup

manageNET's backup technology does it's best to try and connect to other computers without much configuration on your part, but sometimes you might need to adjust your firewall settings, especially after a upgrade or an operating system update.

How does manageNET's online backup technology detect it's on a LAN?

In lay terms, if the destination computer is across the Internet, it is considered a WAN connection and the WAN bandwidth limits apply. The technical definition is this: If the computer you're trying to connect to has a routable IP address, then it is considered a WAN connection. If the computer you're connecting to does not have a routable IP address, it is considered a LAN connection and LAN bandwidth throttling settings are applied. Setting the bandwidth to None means no throttling.