Druva is a product worth considering as a core part of your technical stack.
June 07, 2021

Druva is a product worth considering as a core part of your technical stack.

Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 10 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User

Overall Satisfaction with Druva inSync

It is being used company-wide as the primary backup solution for anyone that requested this software. For most people it is not required, however there are certain people who it is required for if they are required to retain data. This requirement is for legal reasons.
  • Handles PST backups
  • Runs in background silently
  • Uses minimal resources
  • Password manager
  • System health monitoring
  • Windows settings
  • Software config
  • Zipped download of complete backup
  • Improved risk mitigation, physical backups fail.
  • Increased efficiency by workers not having to give much additional time and thought to backups.
  • Little downtime due to lost data, quickly back to action.
I am not particularly protecting any cloud apps. My focus is mostly on the local files on the machine. However when files stream was available, I preferred to use it over the major players in the cloud space. As a preference I was using Google Drive, but now have adopted One Drive to make up for what inSync is no longer providing.
This feature has had multiple users seek support from admins proactively as opposed to after failure. For users of Druva, we are fairly confident we are able to recover data.
Druva was not selected by me. However, I am happy it was selected.
I was not involved.
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For an automated backup solution that works on multiple OS, I am unaware of anyone who does it better. The administration [is] nearly just as easy as the end user usage. I do hate that the file share feature was done away with. Restoring a full backup after the initial setup can be more difficult to accomplish than necessary.