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- Druva runs quickly.
- Does not have an appreciable effect on computer performance while running.
- Easy to restore from.
- Restores relatively quickly.
- It would be nice if it would restore quicker.
- It would be nice to have more granular control of what gets backed up.
- It would be nice to be able to re-activate a device that was previously de-activated.
- User-friendly user interface because it assists with efficiently monitoring and managing Druva users.
- Email updates on active and inactive users because it helps with reminders to check on each account in use and not in use.
- Allowing users to choose what is backed up because it takes extra work away from an admin.
- If Druva can find a way to incorporate a full backup of the C drive and software, that would be even more useful.
- Emails to users that explain what Druva is and how it can be useful.
- Navigating the admin interface is difficult as it pertains to going back because it takes you back to some pages, but skips some.
We are able to manage all of our subscribed users and their assets via an online cloud platform. Depending on their user their location they upload their data to the closest datacenter. We use Druva as an extra failback when computers get stolen, broken or just an extra place to have a backup of the data of the user's device.
- Perform periodic backups on end-point devices and monitor that last successful backup.
- Offer access to the backups to the IT team via the online the cloud platform.
- You are able to manage and follow the backup status of the assets via the platform.
- The cloud platform takes some time to get used to.
- First, you need to click on "devices" before you can find the tab "users".
- I would be handy to have a small explanation when changing the device status.
- Users don't have to worry about backup schedules and scope.
- Easy centralized administration.
- Performance, stability, and functionality of the backup client on laptops has substantially improved over the years.
- Druva offers both cloud and in-house solutions.
- A more easy method for automatic centralized activation of the Druva inSync client.
- PowerShell API for both administration and reporting.
- Easy management console.
- Configurable options for even the most basic things.
- Would like to see the option to send emails to users if they want to.
- Search option and filters should be made available in all the plans.
- Ease of management.
- Implementation was simple.
- CPU/memories resources are kept to a minimum.
- Costs of allocated storage are high.
- Restore speed could be faster.
- Would like some better communication to ensure we are using Druva securely.
- It is very easy to use from both an administration and end-user standpoint.
- Very easy to set-up backups and restore data.
- Web console for self data restoration.
- User name changes in AD can cause a headache when applying the device backups.
- Seamless backups that don't require a lot of resources so therefore don't cause performance issues.
- Very simple recovery and ability to restore on any OS.
- Quick and simple search functionality.
- Very easy to use admin console.
- Can't think of anything
- Reliable backup with a decent user interface
- The backups are stored on our own servers and thus are GDPR-compliant
- Use less system resources when backing up
- Offer a more comprehensive backup of iPhones
- Several backups terminate with a mysterious error, although everything seems to be backed up.
- Data accessibility - Not like other backup solutions, inSync allows users to access their data online
- Backup time - It uses less internet bandwidth and time, and user don't get frustrated as with other software.
- Reliability - Backup is solid and can recover from anywhere any time with user access.
- Backup on user not on the device - Since backup is for user and not for the device, we don't have to think about the device
- difficult to think of any
This software worked perfectly with O365. Setup was very easy and integrated perfectly with our Active Directory environment. Single Sign On was also implemented in the install.
This currently does not support Microsoft Teams. I was told, this will be coming in the next month or two.
My primary purpose is to avoid having to run my own back up. I maintain email records that go back 15 years, and losing those, and other recent files from my computer, would loss of historical records and time to recreate current work.
- Automatically backs up my entire computer in the background without me needing to interact with it.
- Does not crash and is always running in the background. Automatically boots up upon startup and requires no end-user interaction
- Automatically pauses backups for 4 hours if computer battery is below a certain percentage to save power.
Implementaion, configuration and maintenance are effortless and works well within our Microsoft infrastructure.
- Druval InSync is easy to install across the enterprise. The ability to quickly load onto systems already in the field or on the bench getting prepped for delivery is essential.
- Integration with existing security policy structure allows the configurations to be made and locked, preventing accidental or intentional deactivation.
- The integrated search functionality helps track down files across multiple sources without the InSync network.
- Relying on cloud services for retention can always be a risk, putting you in the hands of network connectivity which can result in some slow recoveries and backups at times.
- If there is a network interruption, the ability to perform a backup and queue the file for later transfer when a connection is available would be handy.
- Security and ability to recover from an incident in a timely matter
- Ease of user for both end users and desktop admins
- Overall cost savings
- Quick to deploy
- AWS storage recovery model takes way too long
- As with any Cloud service, an ISP can be a liability
For us here in New Orleans hurricanes are of great concern. In the case of [a hurricane] relocating your family from one location to another can be extremely hectic. With inSync we are able to move the data from on system to another with little to no interruption to our workforce.
Depending on your business case, it may be appropriate to keep your data close.
- Effortless file, photo, and document backup. The user doesn't even know they're being backup up!
- Super fast and reliable.
- Easy rollout for the IT Department.
- The GUI could be a little better for the IT staff, giving a more clear picture of what specifically is getting backed up.
- Simple it is to get the backup going.
- Be out be anywhere in the world and backup
- Good product, many processes are automated
- Uses up a lot of RAM so the fan on my laptop gets super loud
- Sometimes it takes too long to actually collect the user data to start the backup
- Internet connection and quality play a big role in the success of the backup process.
- Constant incremental backups at set intervals, only backing up new or changed data.
- The ability to tell it to avoid certain networks, such as hotspots for mobile workers to prevent data overages.
- It's very low impact on the workstation and the network.
- Every machine I log in to so I can perform administrative duties gets added as a machine under my username, that I later have to manually removed.
- No ability to open backups stored online and browse their contents for specific file(s).
- System can throw out many false positives if a computer hasn't been online for a while.
- The first and foremost thing about Druva is user friendliness for both administrators and users.
- Easy deployment and upgrades of clients.
- User is able to recover the data by themselves by using web or client.
- No performance lagging issues when Druva is installed.
- Only thing I am expecting are slight security improvements.
- While doing .pst files backup, it should compress at much as possible. Since these days users have more data in mail than [the] system.
- After upgrading to new version, the ability to roll back to the older version in case of any issues.
- Online training
- In-person training
Druva inSync Scorecard Summary
What is 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.
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- 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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|Supported Languages:||English, Japanese|