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July 28, 2021

Druva inSync Review

Score 10 out of 10
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It has been used to back up all my VIP users' information. We use it in the whole organization. It solves the sensitive endpoint backup automation.
  • Backup automation
  • AD Sync
  • Massive deployment
  • A massive deployment MSI package with some kind of customization (logo, description, etc.)
  • A report maker or an existing report customization tool
Druva inSync is well suited when you need backup automation with almost no user intervention, massive endpoint backup implementation, endpoint backup with Active Directory integration, cloud backup and restoration, or in DLP scenarios. It is great for doing the cloud backup, and it is very helpful in restoration with a new or stolen/lost endpoint. Also, you can back up more than one endpoint (computer/smartphone or mobile device) with the same license, because it is based on a quota limit, then you can share this quota between maximum of 5 devices.
We don't have any cloud app integration with Druva. If it is available, I will explore it.
Score 9 out of 10
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We're using Druva inSync across our entire organization. For us, it addresses the need for an endpoint backup solution in the days of remote work. With employees distributed across the US, we were in need of an endpoint backup solution that would allow us to retain data while reducing hardware costs, storage costs, and bandwidth in user homes.
  • Endpoint backup
  • Ease of use
  • Easy restorral
  • Unlimited storage options
  • Docker/Hypervisor backups
  • Auto-update capabilities
  • Google Authentication implementation is poor
  • Better identification of what is/isn't being backed up at a folder level
Scenarios in which Druva inSync is well suited.
  • Distributed workforce
  • Remote-work
  • Decentralized offices/computing environments
  • Cloud-based computing environments where less is stored on the device, and more is stored on the cloud.
Scenarios in which Druva inSync is less appropriate
  • Traditional office environments with local backup options and cost-effective local storage options
  • Docker/Hypervisor heavy environments
  • Low-Bandwidth/high-latency environments
We use Druva inSync for backup of the GSuite environment (Mail/Docs/Drive). It works extremely well and allows us to back up GSuite at a significantly reduced rate since we're using it for our endpoint backups. Really, when it comes down to it, it's a single-pane-of-glass interface for the primary systems that we need to be backed up.
Scott Anderson | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 10 out of 10
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We are using Druva In-Sync across the whole organization for device and SaaS backup (G Suite). This allows us to have personal devices backed up and restorable by the individual, as well as the admin. The G Suite backup covers our needs to keep our Google Drive data backed up without relying on Google's uptime SLA.
  • Easy to manage by end users.
  • Easy to restore by end users.
  • Easy to manage by admin.
  • Implementation of devices could be easier. Currently, you need to provide a spreadsheet with usernames and device serials/MAC addresses to implement in a batch
I find that it is well suited to back up a variety of devices. The cost is very competitive and the coverage of devices and SaaS platforms is comprehensive. The online admin console is easy to use and clear.
We protect G Suite with Druva. It was super easy to implement and backed up all of our data very quickly.
Fast response time and excellent help. I haven't used it much, but the support was there when I needed it and got my solution quickly.
Feature set, ease of use (end user), ease of administration, and price
Score 10 out of 10
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We are using Druva inSync to backup our Office 365 environment across the whole organization. The business problems does it addresses is the problem of having an on-prem backup solution and deciding on to secure the backup data offsite. It also addresses the all of the backup data is accessible anywhere. So it we have to restore something, we can be anywhere and not have to run into the office every time we need to restore.
  • Cloud-based.
  • Backed by AWS infrastructure.
  • Reasonability priced.
  • Nothing comes to mind at the moment.
A scenario that Druva inSync is well suited for is for companies that are strictly cloud-based. Everything for Druva inSync is in the cloud so no hardware is needed on as well as companies that want to maintain a small on-premise foot print. The fact that you do not need to buy any hardware is awesome!
Druva inSync provides unified data protection across our Microsoft Office 365 environment. It currently protects all of the cloud applications within the Microsoft Office 365 including Exchange, OneDrive, SharePoint, and Microsoft Teams were we have data on all of the applications. It handles the backups with great effectiveness and efficiency. We set it up once and we do not have to change it every time we are someone or something new because we simply back up everything.
Score 10 out of 10
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We use it to back up servers, laptops and PCs. We use as an offsite backup service for all of our clients who are interested in an offsite backups.<br>They provide great service and great support. If we have any problems, questions or seeking an advice pertaining to their services, we hear from them within short period of time. So far we have been extremely happy with everything.
  • Their input on planning or implementation is very valuable to us.
  • Their support is fantastic.
  • If we forget about an inquiry someone from Druva will follow up.
  • We really like their health checks.
  • So far we have no input.
  • Love their Johnny-on-the-spot approach.
  • Solid communicators and they're very patient with new people.
All of our needs have been addressed by Druva staff. If we have a question they are there to answer it. If we have a future plan and don't know if particular service is offered we check with them to see if it's supported or not and so far so good. We recommend Druva services but as long as whoever needs use Maxwill Solutions as Druva reseller.
If we have a sales question, support question or we need help with restoring a server, the Druva team is there to help us. One of our client's server went down due to hardware failure and technician from Druva helped us out and was available to help throughout the entire process.
Because we are happy with the product and the ream that supports it. Can it be improved? Possibly but we yet to find what suggestion we can make to improve Druva solution.
Score 10 out of 10
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We use Druva inSync in different departments. The license assignment is based in the type of information user has.
The problem addressed is to have an alternative to back up secure and trusty, without space limit.
  • Client status report.
  • Delta backup.
  • Policies to filter file types.
  • Some users have problems to query their backed up files and passwords are recovered any time they log in.
  • Sometimes, there are not alerts to indicate that backup is not completed.
  • It is confusing to locate the users and devices inside web console administration. These could be together.
Well: mobile users exposed to loss of their computers or needing to recover old file versions in backup.
Less appropriate: users with limited Internet links.
Score 10 out of 10
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inSync is being used across the organisation to provide daily backups of Office 365 - user mailboxes, SharePoint storage and OneDrive. Since moving to a cloud based solution for our Office requirements, we felt that the backup options provided by the provider were insufficient. inSync provides us with daily backups of our data and this gives us piece-of-mind with regard to our data.
  • Cloud backup.
  • Simple interface.
  • Detailed reporting.
  • Management interface is simple but dated.
  • Reports are very detailed but could do with an executive overview.
We evaluated several solutions for Microsoft 365 backup. inSync provided us the best price/feature option. The setup is fire and forget - simple to do and it just does its job.
We currently protect Microsoft (Office 365) including SharePoint, Exchange, OneDrive and Teams with a minimal amount of setup and little to no interactions required when running.
Data can be retrieved as and when required without fuss or extensive downtime.
Jordan Bulman | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 8 out of 10
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Druva is being used to back up our entire Microsoft 365 solution, various Linux based servers hosted in different locations and we are looking to expand this into our AWS/Azure sites. Druva was simplistic and easy to set up, the support team are always available and the implementation staff are helpful. Implementation took no longer than 1 hour, testing and confirmation took a few days but once working I've never really had to touch Druva again, it just works. Good product will continue using unless prices go up too much. The company is very price driven and Druva are currently have competitive pricing.

Druva is being used by everyone in the business now.
  • Implementation.
  • Low maintenance.
  • Simplistic.
  • Pricing can always be better.
  • More detailed reports when a back-up fails currently not very specific.
Suited for all back-up needs.
Office 365, SharePoint, Exchange & Teams.
Mahipal Waldia | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 9 out of 10
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We started Druva inSync just before starting the Covid pandemic. Earlier we were using inhouse/over the LAN backup solution and facing difficulties in the case of roaming users. We were looking for a cloud backup solution that should be independent of local resources and in-person involvement. The decision of going with Druva became a real game-changer for us during a pandemic and lockdown.

We are using this application across the organization for critical users and it addresses one of the major issues of data security and backup in case of system crash and flexibility to give data backup to users on any system and anywhere.
  • The Druva Capability to take backup in small packets helped us a lot, especially for roaming users working on low bandwidth and while working remote areas with low bandwidth.
  • Druva backup takes very little memory and system process while taking backup in the background, that was an added advantage for us, especially when we have some other memory-hungry application running on user systems.
  • Centralized backup and restoration capability to any system from a centralized console helped us a lot, especially during pandemics and users working from home.
  • Secure and unattended installation from centralized console helped IT team a lot and saved our time to implementation.
  • Druva has single admin and multi admin option in different versions, but I would like to see multi admin option even from basic version of cloud backup.
  • On premises backup option need to be explore.
  • You can make support more efficient.
Druva Cloud backup is best suited for the organization having roaming users, offices at cluster location having bandwidth issues, and most importantly real-time data backup at the cloud server. This helped any organization if the device gets crashed or stolen or some data corruption happened. In our case, it saved us multiple times during the last two years.
I really find it a bit less appropriate in the case of server/image backup, maybe we have not explored it more, because we are using some other application for that.
We are using Salesforce, Box, Office 365, SharePoint, and Teams but haven't started using them to protect these applications. We are exploring it and in our future plan.
Endpoint data protection is working well for us across the organization.
Score 10 out of 10
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We use Druva Pheonix to backup our VMWare and Hyper-V servers to the cloud for Ransomware protection. It is company-wide. We use it to backup servers of newly acquired companies due to its ease of deployment and use. This solution provides ransomware protection for our server infrastructure due to the inability to run execution files in the backup environment.
  • The speed of backup and recovery to and from the cloud is very fast.
  • Deployment of new agents and proxies is very easy.
  • The granular selection for recovery is as good as I have ever used.
  • Documentation needs improving.
Druva fit into our new data center modeled on VMWare with ease. Deployment of proxies to manage backup and recovery was straightforward. Once deployed, the software detected all our virtual machines and began backing them up. Very little effort to get started. Hyper-V WAS very similar but took a little longer to deploy. Overall, a great experience.
The support is great. They are a little slow in responding to non-critical issues but respond quickly to high-profile issues.
Druva is easy to use once you work with it a bit. I found the portal interface a little hard to navigate at first. There are multiple ways to perform backups and they are stored in different locations. If you don't understand all of this you can make mistakes.
Score 10 out of 10
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We are using Druva to backup all data within the organization. We currently have a mixture of physical and virtual servers and Druva backs up everything. We backup the data twice a day and they are very quick.

Restores are also quick. We can restore one file from within a virtual server, a complete virtual server, SQL database or files from physical server. Druva maintains as many backups as you want. We can restore the first daily backup from two weeks ago if we want. We do a test restores monthly on both physical and virtual servers, we have had no issues.

Interface is easy to understand and navigate.
  • Hands off backups - set it and forget it. notification sent if backup fails.
  • Restores are quick and complete - virtual server can be restored from certain date and time.
  • Would like the ability to delete backups. Over time, the number of backups will use up data limits. For certain servers, would like to be able to delete older backups. If a server has been upgraded and operating, would like to delete backups done before the upgrade to save space.
  • Would like DFA to use texts to phone. Currently DFA sends email with code.
Help protect organization against cyber attack. Local backups are susceptible to deletions/encryption from malicious attack. Online backups are protected. Access to Druva requires DFA, so unauthorized access is difficult.
Contacted support twice, fast response and solved one issue on first contact. Second issue solved on second contact.
Very easy to use. We maintain older hardware to restore files/virtuals if needed. Restoring to a different server is quick and easy.
Paul Sevick | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 9 out of 10
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Druva inSync is deployed company wide on all our laptops primarily with some limited use on select desktops. It has proven to be a useful product, it's easy to use, deploy and manage. The web based administration console is robust, concise and intuitive interface. We usually just backup the default folders but it's nice to have the option to capture others. The snapshot feature of the backup images is also nice and has saved the day on many occasions.
  • Easy to deploy
  • Customized backup profiles
  • Snapshot based backups
  • Expensive licensing costs
  • Minor client issues
Druva inSync has proven to useful on our mobile field based laptop PC's. These particular users are often out in the field collecting important data and Druva is perfect to assure this data remains safe and protected. We have had laptop PC's dropped, computers stolen, some took a bath in a lake or pond but the data was always safe thanks to Druva.
We don't currently use Druva in the way with the exception of backing up some important Office 365 OneDrive folders via the Druva desktop client.
To be honest we have never had to contact support since we rarely has problems with it. We did have to contact support multiple times when we were trying out their Phoenix product. Support for that product was responsive and thorough, they truly went the extra mile. I can only assume support for Druva would be the same.
Druva is an incredibly easy product to manage and deploy both for administrators and users. The user client is simple and straightforward, the administration console is well laid out, easy to comprehend and understand. Policies are also very nice to give users as much or as little control as you want.
Score 3 out of 10
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It is used in the Professional Services department and in our R&D department. It has made our enterprise backup very easy and secure.
  • Faster Recovery
  • 50% lower TCO
  • Enterprise backup can be more secure
  • Recovery should be faster
Very usefull to back-up data. Less appropriate for analysis.
The apps we use with Druva inSync are Box, Office 365, Teams. It handles them very effectively.
June 16, 2021

Why Druva ?

Samuel Berhe | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 10 out of 10
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It is used by a department and it address critical business problems.
  • Has good speed when back[ing] up.
  • Has a good support team.
  • Has a real time response.
  • Reporting has limited options.
  • Has no option to generate a report [for] a specific property.
We are using Druva for only critical laptops and the application is best suited for all laptops because of its speed [and] consistent back up jobs. There is no intervention needed from IT staff.
Support is available whenever requested.
Because Druva Phoenix has a user friendly interface and no guidance or manual is needed. It is just straight forward.
June 12, 2021


Score 9 out of 10
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It's being used across the globe. It is backing up all the users' data including the endpoint data. It has saved us many times during a disaster recovery as well.
  • Quick response from tech team
  • Instant backup and recovery
  • Easy console
  • User friendly
  • Provides cache server to lower the bandwidth burden
  • The admin console being opened on a mobile is awful, doesn't respond at all
The best scenario for Druva inSync to be used by us was during various disaster recoveries.
June 09, 2021

Druva inSync review

Pawan Satyawali | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 10 out of 10
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We use it for all of our mobile users who carry a laptop and few desktop users as well. It's our only and default standard for client backup.
  • Simple to set up and use.
  • Secure.
  • Dedupe.
  • Self service for restoration.
  • Great templates for customisation.
It's a great tool. On top of Gartner magic quadrant. Very cost effective, simple and very quick to deploy. SaaS based yet extremely secure. Onboarding can be completely automated. No touch deployment. Great reporting and analytics.
O365, One Drive, GDrive
June 23, 2021

Druva inSync Review

Score 8 out of 10
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As a company we use Druva across the entire organization on all of our end user machines for corp[orate] back ups. It allows our end user to not have to run their own backups and if a machine gets lost or stolen, the information the end user may have stored will be retrievable even after we remote wipe the laptop.
  • Easy to choose what information should be backed up.
  • It is deployed to end user machines remotely.
  • Able to set intervals when to run the backup.
  • Can also set the pause duration between backups.
I think that Druva is well suited to running back ups in the background. Once the options have been set, the end user can leave it and let it run. However, there have been some users that have experienced slower response times during the backup process but this usually doesn't happen after the options/settings have been corrected.
We use it for end user data on laptops and it is easy to deploy on those machines. Enterprise has the end user back ups set to back up the documents folder and the desktop. Any more is set by the end user. The end user may also determine what data can be backed up within those folders.
Score 10 out of 10
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Druva inSync is used for backing up our entire fleet of workstations. Some of our engineers have terabytes of data stored on their workstations, and some engineers have both a desktop and a laptop. These include CAD files, analysis results, and many other files spanning a large range of engineering applications. Prior to deploying Druva, all of this data was at risk. We even had a few instances of paying for data recovery services, which were very expensive. Additionally, any time we replaced a computer it would take lots of Service Desk time to transfer all of the right data. When people started working from home, these issues went from a concern to a nightmare. People needed to take desktops home, increasing the likelihood of failures due to transport. Now, in addition to solving the above problems, users are able to restore files that they accidentally delete (this happens more than you would hope). Druva has reduced the amount of support our users need and has increased their productivity as a result. Keeping workstation data safe can be invaluable in engineering situations where data must be local to the workstation for adequate performance.
  • Easy to deploy with a broad range of deployment software
  • Covers Windows, macOS, and Linux
  • Offers an unlimited storage option
  • Admin portal is easy to use
  • Users must log in to the Druva agent when it is first installed. A zero-touch option would be nice to make adoption faster.
  • The product does require an agent to be installed on each client. A clientless option for on-prem workstations might be nice.
  • The admin interface is easy to use, but can be a little busy if you only have one of Druva's products.
Druva inSync is perfect for scenarios where end-users keep a lot of data on their workstations and if you want to give them the ability to restore that data themselves. For users who only keep office documents and small files, other products are likely better suited to the task. Additionally, if files are often shared between workstations, there are other ways to back up those shared files (such as storing them centrally). Lastly, this is a file-backup product: It is not for restoring a Windows installation onto bare metal.
We do not currently use Druva inSync for backing up any SaaS products, as we already had other backup products in place. Druva inSync is only used for workstation backups for us. As stated elsewhere in my review, the admin portal can be a little busy when only using one aspect of the product. All of the other options still show up despite not being active.
Score 8 out of 10
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Druva Phoenix is our backup solution for our on-prem infrastructure. Obviously it helps address the need of backs of important infrastructure servers. There's also the ability to have a "cloud cache" which is a certain amount of backups on-prem for quicker restore as Druva utili[zes] AWS and relying on that speed for back up if you need it asap can be a bit of a pain.
  • Manageability
  • Set up
  • Reporting, at least the basics of it. Getting specifics can be cumbersome.
  • 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.
If you're looking for an easy to set up, easy to manage cloud solution for back up, I think this is your best bet. And while the speed of restoration might give some folks pause, spend a a quarter of what you'd spend on an on-prem solution, get some storage and set up cloud cache. I think if you're doing constant restores, this probably isn't the best solution, but in many cases, I'd recommend it.
We had an issue in my first year that took a long time to fix. The support guy was awesome, took screen shots, filled me in, was professional, but it just took so long. I do think that was an anomaly, but it certainly sticks out nonetheless. Beyond that, we've had pretty good support "relationships" with the reps. They're usually pretty prompt at getting back and quite knowledgeable. Just make sure you have your proxies updated, because that's always step 1!
Usability is really high on my list when it comes to software/applications. As with all new technologies, there is a bit of a learning curve, but things are relatively easy to find. Occasionally you have to do a few extra clicks, but for the most part, it's quite user friendly and intuitive. You don't have to go a dozen levels deep to find what you're looking for - or at least the surface level issue.
Score 10 out of 10
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Prior to implementing Druva across the organization, we were managing 3 different backup solutions. Now we have one single painted glass for all things backup.
  • Ease of use.
  • Ease of implementation.
  • Super fast and reliable restores.
  • Reports can be made customizable to what the administrator wants to see.
  • The job details can be made more extensive so that it is easier to identified and troubleshoot errors in backups.
  • The insync platform can be more robust in terms of job details.
If you are looking to have a single, intuitive platform to manage backups across your organization (thing O365, AWS, VMWare, physical servers, NAS, endpoints, etc) then Druva is the perfect solution for this. There is no on-prem appliance needed so your workloads can be geographically distributed.
We have been running Druva for a few months to back up almost all the data points that are available for backups. Since the implementation, we haven't seen a single error or issue during backup and restore.
Score 9 out of 10
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We use Druva inSync to protect our user data on PC's as well as M365 cloud, including Sharepoint, Teams, OneDrive and mailboxes.
Druva inSync is used company wide, and has been a valuable tool for us.
  • Leveraging a backup solution to Microsoft 365 environment can be a time consuming job. With Druva inSync, it can be achieved in minutes.
  • Although it seems that user's PC backup is thing of the past, since everything is in the cloud nowadays, there still is need for it in certain cases. Druva inSync delivers [an] easily configurable interface for end-user backup, with pre-configured rules.
  • Speed of recovery to M365 environment could be faster.
M365 environments are easy to backup with Druva inSync.
Notice that recovering data, ex. to Sharepoint 365, can take a long time.
Recovered data can also be downloaded to another location, which is useful.
Used across O365 environments, Teams, Sharepoint, OneDrive and Exchange.
Basic functionality is great, and backups are done with ease.
Admin interface is easy to learn and to operate.
User interface could be easier to use, and if need for local PC backup, that has its own UI.
June 22, 2021

Druva inSync Review

Score 7 out of 10
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We use it for all user desktop and laptop systems. Primarily as a backup method so that any user, be they on our internal network or on travel, can ensure their information is safely stored. We were also using inSync to share folders as a Dropbox-like tool. However, since support for it is ending, some groups are asking we inquire about other options.
  • Integration with our SSO tools.
  • Bandwidth and CPU controls, allowing adjustments based on a user to user basis.
  • Able to set hard limits on type of content backed up.
  • The loss of the inSync Share folder is a big issue for many.
  • Better integration with Kerberos technology.
  • Better macOS support.
Users that are on travel have a fairly easy experience backing up and accessing files. They can reach the web interface if their system has any issues (to access a PowerPoint, for example, if their main system has issues) and if they are remote users in general we can ship them a system they can self restore data to.
We haven't used any of these integrations.
June 22, 2021

Backup made so easy

Score 10 out of 10
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Druva Cloud Platform is installed in all laptops in our organization for desktop and laptop backup. It is used across the whole organization. It helps integrate files with Office365 and helps back up all Office365 files. All machines are backed up at least two times a day. So it is a one-stop solution in the case of any recovery of files as well as managing loads on the server.
  • Office 365 backup.
  • Restrict backups to specific networks.
  • Sharing files like Google Drive or One Drive.
  • Restore data only in particular networks.
  • Intranet based backup.
  • Troubleshooting backup failure takes a long time.
  • Auto error diagnostic.
  • Help knowledge base improve.
Druva Cloud Platform is well suited for large organizations for backing up data and restoring it to a specific network. Druva Cloud Platform. may be less appropriate for intranet users since most of the backup is on the cloud. So, for any organization looking for premise-based backup, Druva Cloud Platform may not be suitable for them. Druva Cloud Platform is more suitable for organizations that already have their data on the cloud or using cloud-based systems for storage of their data.
We protect Office 365, SharePoint & Teams data using Druva Cloud Platform. It helps backup in less time in the cloud and also restores data for specific networks, saving on data loss threats. Also, it integrates so well with Office 365 that all data relative to mail and Teams are auto backed up and it becomes very easy to retrieve information even when there is a crash of a laptop or server.
Score 9 out of 10
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We use Druva Phoenix for our whole organization.
  • Support quality is really appreciable.
  • There should be multi branch management system in inSync as well as in Phoenix so that multiple backup administrators handle the backup task.
  • Multi level backup deletion authentication should be there. It should work same as the corporate bank account operated with multiple signing authorities.
  • Auto deployment is very painful it needs huge improvemetn.
  • We are not able to use it in our remote locations because deployment not working. There should be Druva's own deployment system. It could be web based as well as email notification based.
Druva inSync is best suited for a small scale single branch organization's backup solution.
We are not using it for cloud applications.
Score 10 out of 10
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We use Druva inSync across our organization worldwide to help protect and secure our high-value VIPs' data and endpoints. It allows IT to manage, monitor, and control our endpoints data and back it up successfully to the cloud.
  • For remote endpoint backup it can't be beat. Deduping, reports, speed--nothing I have seen comes close. It is best in breed.
  • It also helps with data security with remote wipe capability and geo fencing.
  • We often use it for user system upgrades; one exec called it the easiest PC refresh he ever had.
  • It frankly just works.
  • It used to offer baremetal restore on some of its products, backing up as an image; that would be a nice feature but not 100% necessary since a recovery of a system would require a new image anyway.
It is the best in breed for backing up users systems, its user data profile management and persona backup work excellent. its really a piece of mind for IT knowing our Execs data is getting backed up. And if it isnt then I get a report of it.

What is Druva Cloud Platform (as known as Druva inSync)?

Workforce mobility and the rise of cloud services is an essential part of any business, but it creates a number of challenges for IT. Data spread across devices and cloud services, unpredictable schedules, and varied network connections all complicate efforts to protect and govern enterprise information.

Druva inSync provides unified data protection, management, and information governance across endpoints and cloud applications. Delivered as-a-service, Druva inSync aims to simplify backup, archival, compliance, and device management to reduce the cost and complexity of protecting end user data, ensure regulatory compliance, and improve data visibility. With centralized management and self-help data recovery, the vendor proposes that users' mobile workforces are protected without impacting productivity.

Druva Cloud Platform (as known as Druva inSync) Features

  • Supported: Endpoint backup
  • Supported: Ransomware
  • Supported: Cloud Apps
  • Supported: Cloud backup and restore
  • Supported: eDiscovery
  • Supported: Legal hold

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Druva™ delivers unified data protection, management, and information governance for cloud applications. Delivered as-a-service, Druva inSync for SaaS applications simplifies backup, archival, and compliance to reduce the cost and complexity of protecting online data, ensure regulatory compliance, and improve data visibility. With a single pane of glass for management, your SaaS applications are protected without impacting end-user productivityDruva inSync delivers automated multi-cloud backup, recovery, and compliance for SaaS applications such as Microsoft, Google Workspace, and Salesforce to protect against SaaS outages and attacks in a secure, centralized cloud platform. Search and monitor for data risks across cloud applications for sensitive information and take corrective action for non-compliance with regulated or policy managed end-user dataA Cloud-native Design for User Data Protection and Management
Layering inSync on top of AWS allowed us to serve both the smallest customers with only a few terabytes of data, up to the largest of Fortune 10 companies storing tens of petabytes. This scalability is provided by the dynamic scaling of Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2) and Amazon Simple Storage Service (S3). Rather than build our own distributed database for deduplication, our global source level deduplication works with Amazon DynamoDB to store our hash table completing over a million looks-up every second.Druva offers the most comprehensive end-user data protection and governance platform, both in breadth, protecting more end-user workloads than any other vendor, and depth, providing more deep value-add capabilities above and beyond the core backup and recovery. We are a platform, not a point solution.

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Deployment TypesSaaS
Operating SystemsUnspecified
Mobile ApplicationApple iOS, Android, Windows Phone
Supported CountriesAll
Supported LanguagesEnglish, Japanese

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The most common users of Druva Cloud Platform (as known as Druva inSync) are Mid-size Companies from the Information Technology & Services industry.