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Martin Tillbrook profile photo
Score 10 out of 10
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We use Druva inSync to solve the "problem" of Office365 backups. We use it across the business to backup all the content that all of our users have in not only their Office365 email but also their OneDrive and the vast amount of data we have stored in SharePoint. More recently, with the adoption of Microsoft Teams, we are now using Druva inSync to back up the files that users keep in Teams, as this is also stored in SharePoint.
  • Backing up all our Office 365 data.
  • Restoring any files, including email, is very efficient and straightforward.
  • Easy management. It's easy to set up and manage the backup processes.
  • As part of the initial setup, we had a few issues surrounding large numbers of accounts being backed up at the same time. This was more a Microsoft issue than anything, and with help from support, we resolved the issue.
  • The email reports can be a little useless on occasion. For example, I don't need an email every day with a failed backup report if there are no failures.
  • Again with email, the weekly backup report has so much information in it that the email sometimes fails to load. A simple email with a link to click would be better.
The issue of backing up Office365 accounts is a popular one, and Druva inSync meets all the needs surrounding this topic. We find it easy to set up, easy to manage, and generally easy to use. Restoring files and email is very easy and efficient as well as being provided with several options as to how to restore and where to put the files. I can't think of a scenario with our use case where Druva inSync wouldn't be suitable.
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Frank Troglauer profile photo
Score 8 out of 10
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Our company used Druva inSync to securely manage project files between our team members all over the globe. It was used across our entire organization for project management, marketing, and other uses. It addressed our need for reviewing files as they were accessed, updated, deleted, and shared with others and gave us control to revoke sharing as needed.
  • The ability to track file access with the auditing system is unparalleled. We can generate reports on a user or on a file/folder to see who has accessed it and when.
  • When a file went missing we reviewed when it was last accessed and it was deleted 6 months ago. With Druva inSync we were able to not only recover the file but determine who deleted it and inform them of better practices so it wasn't accidentally deleted again. This was incredible and invaluable.
  • Managing teams of users and how they access folders/files is great and very simple.
  • We often share access to folders or files with our clients during the software development phase and having the ability to revoke access as needed is fantastic. If you accidentally sent a link out for sensitive files you would be able to revoke access to that link and generate a new one rather quickly.
  • The main area they could use improvement on is the client on your local computer. There were a few times it would stop working and I would need to contact customer support to get it working again. Those scenarios have been fewer as of this year so they hopefully have things sorted out by now.
  • The version control system does exist, but it is kind of hard to access so they could improve how you access it and how it works.
I can't think of scenarios it would be less appropriate or suited for, but it is well suited for an organization looking to keep their files in a safe environment with version tracking and audit trails. That is pretty much any organization in this day and age. Computers are great but hardware breaks down intermittently so knowing you have your files in a secure location that won't ever fail is fantastic.
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Score 9 out of 10
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As an Office 365 Administrator, I have to be able to identify and manage risk. We value the Microsoft O365 cloud platform, but when it comes to restoring deleted files, their restoration process is awful! I have significant piece of mind when files are deleted from our SharePoint sites, that instead of going into the "recycling bin", I can restore the entire Document Library or Site as needed, to the day before. This alone has saved me a lot of time!
  • Restoring users and deleted files from both Cloud and desktop applications, with only a few button click.
  • The InSync dashboard allows me to see where all my assets are and when their last backups occurred.
  • The installation process was VERY easy. So getting everyone up and running was painless.
  • Restoration Log Report, should match file name to Microsoft's Activity log. One for one comparison helps to ensure that all files were restored.
  • They need a report that also allows me to know if a backup process is taking a more than normal amount of time. I had one user whose backup started August 28th and was still running Sept 15th. This to me, would be a "failed" backup, but it was just stuck and none of their reports alerted me.
  • I really don't have a third issue, Druva Rocks!
The scope of reports provided within the Druva portal is good, however the details needed to verify against Microsoft Activity logs, is where Druva needs to improve. When the point was raised to the Druva Support team, they took immediate action to try and help ensure that in future incidents, the reports would more closely align to the reports from Microsoft activity logs. This helps me to verify that ALL the files deleted were indeed restored.
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Score 10 out of 10
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We are using this solution to protect all of our company's laptops. We were looking for a solution that did more than the typical backup and recovery solution. More specifically, we wanted to be able to secure our device's data were the device to be lost or stolen. It is essential to have a backup of one's data, but it is also very important to be able to secure it on the device itself. With Druva this can be done by remote erasing a device. In prior searches for solutions to accomplish these goals, it appeared at least two solutions would be required. Druva inSync made it possible to achieve them in one solution.
  • Easy to configure group or company-wide backup and recovery policies
  • Accommodates backups of both on-device data and O365 cloud-based data (email and OneDrive)
  • Provides at a glance summaries of data storage use, device status, and backups
  • Affords device location ability, and remote device erase from an easy to use portal
  • We have been using the solution for only six months, and in that time I have not identified any areas needing improvement.
You can protect any mobile device (you can use it on smartphones too, we are not yet doing so) through an easy to use, and comprehensive management portal. If all you want to do is backup data on a device, then this solution would be more than you need. It depends on your specific business requirements.
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Score 10 out of 10
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We use Druva enterprise wide, we needed a centralized backup management system that is easy to use, doesn't impact performance, and simply just works without the user knowing or needing to be involved. It does exactly what it advertises and we've been satisfied with it for years now.
  • Runs in the background with no interference to the user. It simply works.
  • Having users able to do their own restores if something goes missing and as an IT Department, using Druva to restore data to their new machines during a transition is very quick and easy, also it restores user settings and preferences to the new machine as well with their usage of USMT.
  • Deduplication on the server side is very effective and nice for storage costs. We have around a 50% deduplication rate meaning we have double the storage available for backups than what we would otherwise have available without dedupe.
  • User and backend administration is straight forward and simple, there isn't a very complicated or in depth UI on the management console side so it makes getting up and running and ongoing administration fast and simple.
  • Using Druva as a revisionist tool is also a good use of the product. If you're working on a big document in Word it's a good idea to hit the backup button every few minutes so if you accidentally delete half the document you can just restore back to a 5 minute old version of the document and the amount of loss work and time will be drastically reduced, just another way to use the tool for your benefit.
  • They are not offering the on premise version of their software anymore so you have to do a cloud based solution with them which for some entities can pose an issue, we are not thrilled about this and may end up leaving Druva due to it although we otherwise wouldn't if they continued to allow us to keep our backed up data locally instead of in their cloud or any cloud based solution
  • The product is simple so there aren't any hard to use features however the back end database can be sensitive to reboots, if the services are stopped or the server is restarted when back ups are running it more than likely will end in a corrupted database and support will have to intervene to possible fix it or more likely delete and start over, having to have all users run a full backup again and starting over. Also if you have a hardware issue on your SAN for example it isn't resilient by nature.
It is appropriate for any situation where you want end user clients to be backed up, you're in control of profiles that are created to dictate what folders are backed up by default, what file extensions or folders are excluded by default and users are able to add their own folders at any time so they're responsible for their own data as well. It's great for rebuilding developer environments quickly as they can add locations where ini, config, and xml files are stored across the hard drive. I frankly don't see a scenario where it's not appropriate to have a backup of data in case of accident or emergency and it should be a part of every company's disaster recovery plan.
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Tyler Cook profile photo
Score 8 out of 10
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We use Druva inSync as our primary Office 365 email and OneDrive backup solution. All users in our Office 365 tenant have their email and one drive protected with Druva inSync. We're able to quickly backup, monitor, and restore data as needed. We simply worry about what data to backup and not about the infrastructure to perform the backup.
  • inSync was easy to deploy. I spend little time managing the software.
  • I never need to worry about buying additional backup hardware. Druva inSync scales with my needs.
  • The user sees no impact during backups
  • Some of the errors you'll get on failed jobs can be ambiguous
Druva works for getting your Office 365 emails and One Drive data backed up. Its fantastic for cloud applications.
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Kyle Hayes profile photo
Score 9 out of 10
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Our organization was seeking a DLP solution for remote staff and laptop users globally. We needed a scalable solution that could be centrally managed. We required a solution with real-time monitoring and a HIPAA compliance enforcement.
  • Real-time monitoring: user data usage, activities, and device locator.
  • Compliance enforcement: compliance templates available for regulated industries.
  • DLP settings: device trace, auto-delete, and file encryption.
  • More intuitive dashboards
  • Ability to add licenses from the dashboard
Druva inSync is a great solution for organizations that have a need to protect their end-user data. Easily deployed, it's a great fit for remote workforce users due to its data loss protection settings.
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Soroush Keshvadi profile photo
Score 10 out of 10
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We use Druva inSync for the gap between office 365 litigation hold and actually being able to restore user data like their contacts which were impossible to restore if there was a change on an item instead of actually getting removed. Also, much easier to restore from OneDrive, that Office 365 portal with what Microsoft provides the users. It is very easy to set up, easy to manage, and even easier and much more efficient to restore user's data.
  • Restoring any data, such as mail items is very efficient and helpful compared to other products.
  • The Dashoboard is very user-friendly and it also makes managing and monitoring the processes a lot faster.
  • Being cloud-based, you can access the dashboard from anywhere and anytime with no need to worry about hardware and maintenance.
  • Reporting needs some improvement in my mind.
Works great with Office 365 email and Onedrive. You can protect any device such as a laptop, PC, or mobile devices with Druva. Considering their pricing, it is worth it to have this as a backup if your business requires this for compliance or if dealing with sensitive data for your clients and users.
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Kenny Thornton profile photo
September 23, 2019

Great Product

Score 9 out of 10
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We use it for both internal and external file sharing. This has allowed us to enable our users to securely share files and collaborate on projects with both internal and external participants in one platform. Before Druva, we would have a mix of solutions which were more expensive and gave us less visibility and control of corporate data.
  • Easy to use, the interface is intuitive and training requirements were minimal.
  • Good audit trails and history of data access.
  • Collaboration is simple.
  • Change management - The notification or major changes is often slow or hard to find.
  • The license model for external collaborators isn't great and I think this could be simplified.
  • More enhancements to the audit trail and access notifications would be great.
Druva inSync is great for collaborating on files with internal and external parties and sharing large data sets which would be hard to transfer via another method.
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Dan Woodhouse profile photo
Score 7 out of 10
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Druva inSync is being used across all of the client devices across our enterprise to backup local client data in order to limit the risk of data loss should a device become lost, damaged or stolen. Additionally, it's used for legal searches where data relating to a specific topic, event or person is required to complete an investigation.
  • Cloud-based backup of client data works well, use of bandwidth is appropriately managed in order to ensure it does not saturate the link.
  • Recovery of client data can be done directly back to the device in the original folder quickly and efficiently, restoration back to an alternative location can also be achieved should it be required.
  • Administrative and legal searches work well and enable finding of documents relatively quickly and easily.
  • The Druva inSync mobile app is clunky to use and does provide an easy method to edit documents from a mobile device which some of the competitor products do.
  • The Druva inSync PC app does not allow for a right-click restore function, instead, you need to use the full client which is more time consuming and less obvious to a typical user.
  • Druva inSync is natively unable to backup files in OneDrive which has become a common business tool.
Druva inSync works well to protect the data of users where a reasonable sized an internet connection is available, this especially adds value where the users is a field worker, home worker or someone who occasionally works from home as they may not have direct access back to an environment to synchronize folders. It is not well suited to offices where there is a low volume of bandwidth available due to the nature of the synchronization.
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Bill Devlin profile photo
Score 10 out of 10
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We use inSync across our organization for endpoint user data backup, as well as a legal hold platform.
  • Backup and Restore - Profiles are extremely configurable which gives the ability to back up the exact data we need to worry about.
  • Lightweight endpoint agent. CPU and Bandwidth throttling options are very useful.
  • Intuitive Management console, The RBAC features, and AD integration make it easy to empower our remote IT Staff and tier 1 support to perform necessary user support requests.
  • Reporting functionality seems to be a bit limited, and nice feature I'd like to see added would be the ability to create custom reports.
  • A nice feature in our environment would be SCCM integration, we're user device affinity could be leveraged to provision user to devise associations.
Druva inSync is extremely well suited for user data and settings backup and restores. It's also proving to perform well in the data governance arena, as we move deeper into implementing legal hold workflows.
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Score 9 out of 10
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It is used as a company-wide backup solution. We have had a big need for a backup solution for our end users that would be easy to use and configure on their end while being easy to administer and support from our end. Druva has filled the space very well as it has proven to be easy to use, reliable and relatively simple to administer.
  • Quick set-up.
  • Easy restoration of backed up information.
  • Information easy to view on the admin dashboard.
  • Re-provisioning of license procedure is clunky.
  • Data maintenance for former employees is cumbersome.
Druva works particularly well for our company's needs since we are a semiconductor company. We are what I would consider a "tech" company instead of a "high tech" company. That being said, there is a lot less volatility and movement of employees and contractors, which brings me to the biggest weakness of Druva - provisioning of licenses. The system is very clunky and maintaining backed up data for outboard employees is tough, while re-issuing the freed up license. It's tough to explain without going to a lot of detail, just know that it is the least intuitive portion of Druva by far.
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September 20, 2019

Druva inSync Review

Score 9 out of 10
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inSync was easy to deploy. I spend little time managing the software. I was able to protect and restore our data without the need for formal training on the software. Everything was simple to use out of the box. Druva inSync enables eDiscovery for data stored on endpoint devices.
  • Provides complete governance solution for the physical devices includes mobile devices.
  • App-aware deduplication reduces the storage and bandwidth utilization.
  • So far nothing to dislike has arisen, the software works as expected and does a good job.
The best part of Druva is easily the hands-off backups. It takes some time to configure initially, but once it's fine-tuned it's reliable. Easy to upgrade remotely, along with solid reporting. We haven't had any issues with it running, and backups are available at any time along with a history.
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Score 8 out of 10
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We require use of Druva inSync for all users within Anglepoint. This ensures backup of everything. Another great feature is the remote wipe capability that we use in conjunction with other tools to secure all data during attrition.
  • Secure backup
  • Remote restore
  • Remote wipe of laptops.
  • Tracking of location of use.
  • Explanation of backup size limitation versus unlimited.
Most appropriate for companies with remote employees. May not be as appropriate for all employees working at office location.
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Score 9 out of 10
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Whole HQ uses it -- we love it. Works well and everyone likes knowing their files are safe and secure. We use the cloud option and it has been great!! We moved from the on-premise version and to the cloud and the transition was so easy. We will continue to use Druva for years to come!!
  • Easy backup -- set it and forget it
  • Cloud option is secure
  • Plenty of space to backup with
  • Not very expensive!!
  • Backups on Dell usb-c connected docks don't always work
  • Randomly, a client does not backup even though I know they are properly connected
  • Sometimes users become inactive for no reason.
It is great if you need a backup solution that is very lightweight. It is not the most stable app on certain Dell PCs that use USB-C docks. Sometimes the backup just doesn't work because it won't connect.
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September 20, 2019

Druva InSync Review

Score 9 out of 10
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We are using Druva inSync across the whole organization. Druva allows for endpoint backup and restore and provides both an avenue for disaster recovery as well as workstation migration.
  • Backup and restore
  • Laptop migration
  • Access to files from mobile device
  • None
Druva works well and has scaled well across the organization.
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Score 5 out of 10
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I have clients using Druva inSync for backups of their computers, laptops, and mobile devices. It allows backups at least every 30 minutes and allows for very easy recovery by the end-user.
  • Druva inSync is a very fast and small footprint backup software.
  • Druva inSync enterprise deduplication is efficient and minimizes spaced used across all backed up data.
  • Druva inSync allows for encrypted data, geolocation of devices, and easy deployment.
  • Druva - Come back with your on-premise solution!
I have used Druva inSync for 7 years. I am very upset that the software is now only cloud-based and no longer has an on-premise version. I am highly opposed to cloud-only solutions, but Druva is a fantastic program. If I have to use a cloud solution, I would recommend Druva. I am looking for an on-premise solution to replace Druva but may have to continue using them.
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Roy Paul profile photo
Score 9 out of 10
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We use Druva inSync across our entire organization, most of which are remote sales staff. We are using it to backup the files for individuals from their desktop or laptop computers. Druva inSync is able to backup any time the device is connected to the internet. For corporate office devices, it's simple. Our remote staff is where it makes the biggest difference because it can stop and start whenever there's a connection. Where we have found Druva inSync most helpful is for our remote sales staff. When devices break, we are able to use Druva inSync to restore documents to rebuilt or replacement devices.
  • Backup of documents
  • Restore documents to replacement or rebuilt devices
  • Consistently restore all files to a replacement device. We are able to restore folders individually, but restoring all files to their original locations does not work every time
Druva is well suited for any devices that require backup and have a regular connection to the internet.
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Score 10 out of 10
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We use Druva inSync across the organization to provide backup and Data Loss Prevention for our PCs. We were looking for an easy-to-use solution that would be simple to implement but contain the necessary features to support our distributed workforce. Druva inSync provides robust functionality that we can manage centrally from a website, so our IT organization can make sure we maintain compliance and meet our information security requirements.
  • Runs seamlessly in the background.
  • Central administration and management so IT can make sure we are constantly in compliance.
  • Allows IT to track and remote wipe a PC in case it is lost or stolen.
  • We had some initial challenges with testing remote wipe of a PC about a year ago, but I believe we have since resolved the issue.
We use it for backups and DLP. Not sure about other use cases.
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Score 9 out of 10
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Druva is our backup solution and our users also use it for cloud storage
  • Backups
  • Restore
  • user cloud storage
  • cloud file sharing
  • actually I like it the way it is
  • it's kinda expensive
  • business \ team - folder sharing could be improved.
Backup works well, easy to restore files, sharing a folder works well.
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Score 1 out of 10
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I deployed Insync On-Premise years ago to handle all our end user laptop backups. I needed something on-premise and this fit the bill. The reason why I can't recommend Insync is the push to make On-Premise customers to Cloud customers. This isn't going to work and is short-sighted on management's part.
  • Dashboard gives me a quick and thorough look across all backup operations.
  • Tracking helps me keep track of folks and how to help them in case needed
  • Compression is effective enough to keep all previous employee backups without spending a ton on storage
  • Keep a focus on On-Premise
  • Bring back Share for On-Premise
  • Stop trying to bully people into making decisions you want them to make. Just offer great products and let the consumer decide.
I only know Insync On Premise so can only comment on that but it was a perfect product until Druva started taking away features from it in an attempt to move folks to their cloud offering. They have and are currently destroying this great product. and it's just shame because it's rare to find a product that actually checks every box and Insync before they removed the Share function for no legitimate reason was about perfect.
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September 18, 2019

Druva Rocks

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It is currently deployed across the entire organization. There are a significant traveling staff world wide and this allows us to remotely support users no matter where they are.
  • The Backup is reliable and can be tailored to specific users needs through profiles.
  • The restoration which runs in the background can be set to run onto a new device without having to continually monitor the process
  • The onboarding of clients is automated, and easy to administrate end users backups
  • The tech support is by far the best support technicians, who are all very knowledgeable and very prompt no matter what the problem is
  • One item I would like to see is for a same product line allowing for both onsite backups to our Cacheing servers only along with the current cloud based system
The best case for us with Druva is the backing up and restoration of files no matter where they client is around the world. Many times a user has a catastrophic event and I can have a brand new computer ready and waiting as they roll through the airport, on to their next destination.
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Score 10 out of 10
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Concentra purchased Druva from an acquisition of US Healthworks who used it enterprise wide for user backups of their work files.
  • Druva allows for user access from anywhere in the world on multiple platforms, such as mobile and web platform
  • As an administrator, the auditing of the data is easy. When recovering the data you have the ability to recover single items or the who backup.
  • managing users is also simple and hassle free with the admin console. applying permissions for access or creating retention policies is simple.
  • I can't think of any thing off the top of my head that Druva really needs improvement as i didn't encounter any issues.
I found that as a user aspect, the ability to recover files and documents from a mobile device was great. when on the road and having to share files it was easy to perform from the mobile app that didn't require access to a workstation.
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Score 10 out of 10
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First off DRUVA has saved our butts on more than one occasion; due to lost/stolen laptops or hard drives.

We use DRUVA as our Enterprise Laptop Backup application which is installed on all Windows and MAC based systems and is used across the organization.

DRUVA saves us a vast amount of time when migrating users to new laptops. The process before DRUVA took upwards of 2 hours per machine and after DRUVA we're seeing system migrations fall into the 10-15 minute time frame.

The executive teams are the most impressed by the reduced downtime to migrate them to another laptop when they are experience issues or are receiving a totally new machine. We all know how hard it is to impress executives!
  • Druva is the "Ron Co" of the computing world - "Set it and forget it!" It just works!
  • Some of Druva's competitors tend to use more resources (processor and RAM) at all times; during backup and non-backup periods.
  • The ability to reduce network bandwidth works extremely well, especially for those power users who believe that any application or service running on their machine slows down the performance they need to work effectively. Not the case with Druva. When Druva is actively backing up during an idle state. When the end-user engages the system to start working the Druva client immediate reduces the processor, RAM and network traffic it's utilizing to allow for the machine to perform as needed.
  • It would be nice to be able to backup redirected folders in Windows. This is not currently an option.
Where to start!!!

We have 200+ successful laptop migration (70% Windows and 30% MAC) either due to new laptop replacement, lost/stolen machine or hardware issues.

Not sure we have one specific scenario that was any more important than the other.
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September 17, 2019

Druva inSync has your back

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.
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About 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 inSync Features

Has featureEndpoint backup
Has featureRansomware
Has featureCloud Apps
Has featureCloud backup and restore
Has featureeDiscovery
Has featureLegal hold

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Druva inSync Competitors

Veeam Backup & Replication, Carbonite Endpoint, Code42 (formerly CrashPlan)

Pricing

Has featureFree Trial Available?Yes
Has featureFree or Freemium Version Available?Yes
Does not have featurePremium Consulting/Integration Services Available?No
Entry-level set up fee?No

100% SaaS, 0% Infrastructure. Lower TCO by up to 50%. Informed decisions based on governed data.

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Druva inSync Technical Details

Deployment Types:SaaS
Operating Systems: Unspecified
Mobile Application:Apple iOS, Android, Windows Phone
Supported Countries:All
Supported Languages: English, Japanese