Overall Satisfaction with Code42 CrashPlan
I use Code42 CrashPlan to constantly backup updated and new files on our backup server, for redundancy. I needed something to add to my backup plan that would present another offsite option that was not tied to my geographic area, and that was also file-oriented as opposed to snapshot-driven.
- Constantly monitors our backup server for any file changes.
- Super-easy monitoring control panel for allowing selections to be added.
- Allows for backup of mapped drives.
- Remote management tool other than web interface.
- Consistency of uptime.
- Flexibility with mapped drives.
- Restoration of versioned files.
- Low cost for peace of mind.
- The few times I've had to restore files, it would have been a huge deal if I didn't have this tool available to me.
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For a very simple off-site backup of files, Code42 CrashPlan works really well for us. I can't remember the last time it had an issue running in the background. Basically, I run most of our file backups to the server the app resides on. When those files are backed up to that location, Code42 backs up those files to the cloud. Super easy to retrieve anything or any dated version of a file.