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iCloud is also great to keep access to photos synced across devices. Ex: I can snap a photo at a job site and have access to that photo on my desktop when I return to my office. I can then drop the photo into a document that is stored in iCloud and have instant access to that document on my iPad at a client's office later in the day. Seamless transitions make life much easier.
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Druva Data Resiliency Cloud is excellent for managing especially Cloud Apps, Legal Holds and other Compliance-related functionalities. It also does an excellent job of making sure that the entire backup goes on the cloud without needing any local servers or contingencies. It also provides protection in cases of Ransomware and any similar threats to the backup landscape.
Read full review Pros Syncing files, appointments, Notes and contacts. If I'm away from home, and set an appointment using my phone, that appointment automatically updates real time to my home laptop and vice-versa. It stores files (e.g photos) nicely Once it's set up, it's fairly easy to use. Read full review Customer onboarding was fantastic. We were assigned dedicated resources that helped us integrate inSync to our needs, including profile creation and application deployment. Support has been knowledgeable, competent, and motivated to assist us. Pricing is competitive with other solutions, possibly even better. Read full review Cons Customization - iCloud is great at the stuff it does well. But it lacks features that some competitors (in Google Drive or Dropbox) do really well. API support for third-party apps is really great for some other people. Remote use - Managing or accessing information from iCloud while not on one of your logged-in apple devices can sometimes be an issue. From a work computer for example. It doable, but the experience is much less user-friendly. Ability to edit documents on the cloud similar to google docs or some other competitors Read full review Support. Not that the support was bad, but I had a situation where it was "try this" "try that". The support rep was great, I just wish things would have moved quicker. When I first started using it, there where a lot of updates going on, so I would learn one thing, the documentation would say something else, and the UI was different. I haven't experienced that since though. Credential store - not a huge fan of that. Read full review Likelihood to Renew
It's so seamless that I can't imagine another product doing a better job synchronizing all of my devices. I simply do not think about it at all. Everything happens behind the scenes and I'm confident that Apple keeps my data safe and secure. I'm a happy customer as far as this is concerned. I have not had a bad experience with this service.
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The product was easy to deploy and has been easy to manage. The current pricing model is also acceptable. With all of this combined, it just makes sense to renew our subscription to the product. The only thing that may change this is if there is a product or service that we need that either they do not function with or if they do not offer
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While it may be great to use with other Apple products, I find it's an absolutist-style workflow to be debilitating and to lead to many problems. When you sign into the cloud, it completely takes over your device in many ways that you don't notice at first until there is a problem.
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I'm a sucker for software that does exactly what it says it will do, especially if said task is carried out with a minimum of fuss. Initial setup time for Druva Phoenix was minimal, job creation a cinch and monitoring of successful and unsuccessful backups as easy as you like. What's not to love about that?
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Sometimes or many times Druva is always available. No downtime issues.
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Occasionally, large files that haven't yet been synced require a few minutes to pull down but I've rarely noticed delays. It does a good job of keeping data cached on my local machines while updating them with changes from other machines transparently.
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Responsive GUI when needed
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Apple customer service is fantastic. iCloud is built with Apple in mind and its design is extremely intuitive and user-friendly. Additionally, whenever our team has encountered issues, the speed of Apple support has been more than timely in addressing our issues and solving our request. We have encountered relatively few issues in my time with the platform and this only improves our overall score for those who keep the platform stable.
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I have dealt with MANY support teams in my role as system administer for: Office 365, Concur,
, Webex, Adobe, Dataprise, and MozyPro. The support team at Druva, is far and above the best! They respond quickly, they take action when needed, and they are easy to understand (meaning they don't talk too Techy, to my users). I am very please with all the support we receive from this team!
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They are very well knowledgeable. They conducted a two day training session and they explained each and everything.
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As an administrator, if I had a user who needed additional training, it was available. As an Administrator, the product was so easy I didn't need it
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Implementation from cloud ranger to Druva Data Resiliency Cloud platform was a seamless integration experience to upgrade the policies and license for continual backup/recovery support. This may be one of the best "set it and forget it" apps for backup solutions, that also allow notifications for failures etc...
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Apple does offer an alternative to Office & the Google Docs family but trusting to use it with both internal and external parties is tough. Google is more universal and easier for 3rd parties to collaborate with. Apple works well for a closed internal group that is native to Apple's ecosystem. Google offers more storage space than Apple
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We didn't want to run a dedicated server and storage which led us to meet with Druva. Once we met the account team and supporting engineers we were won over with their professionalism and willingness to see any issue to resolution.
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Druva Data Resiliency Cloud is built on a cloud-native architecture, which allows it to scale easily and handle large amounts of data. This is one of the reasons why I rate Druva Data Cloud a 10 on scalability. The cloud-native architecture enables the product to automatically scale resources up or down based on the data protection needs of the organization. This means that the product can handle a high volume of data without requiring additional hardware or manual intervention, making it a highly scalable solution. Additionally, Druva Data Resiliency Cloud also supports a wide range of platforms and environments, which allows organizations to protect their data across a diverse set of environments, providing more scalability options.
Read full review Return on Investment If I lose track of my credentials or my continuing education documentation, I could end up not being able to renew my certification. This would lead to a major loss in revenue. Time is money and having all of my required documents easily accessible in iCloud saves me time and allows me to work more efficiently. My Apple devices were certainly not cheap purchases. iCloud has allowed me to maximize my productivity through synchronizing my work no matter which device I'm working on. Read full review In economic terms, Druva is sufficiently economical that recovering the investment made at the time of purchase is easy to achieve. Prior to using Druva, we did not have the capacity to grow our ROI to a point where we could begin to see short-term gains. Read full review ScreenShots Druva Data Resiliency Cloud Screenshots