Overall Satisfaction with Rewind Backups
Cloud accounting software provides much in the way of convenience and the ability to easily integrate various 3rd party offerings to create automatic workflows and otherwise enhance efficiency. However, Intuit does NOT guarantee the integrity of your QBO data and does not officially provide backups in the case of catastrophic data loss or corruption. While events like this rarely occur they are not unheard of. I had been putting off purchasing Rewind for my own company and those of my accounting clients until I heard a horror story from a colleague where her client DID lose their QBO data, and it took this college more than 8 hours on the phone with Intuit to get a 2-week old copy of their data located and restored. Unfortunately for that client, several months of data had been processed during those two missing weeks and a lot of time had to be spent re-doing it all. I immediately signed up for Rewind Backups that day and have not looked back because it is cheap insurance against that type of nightmare.
- Near real-time backup of QBO data.
- Provides a restore point for account recovery.
- Quickly and easily allows corrupted or missing QBO data to be recovered.
- Low monthly cost.
- "Set and forget"
- QBO data backup.
- Restore point for QBO data.
- "Set and Forget"
- Affordable monthly cost.
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If your business (or your clients) use QBO using Rewind is an absolute no-brainer in my book. For a modest monthly cost (less than $10 per month per QBO file) you get cheap insurance against losing data and having to spend endless hours re-creating everything. When we use QB Desktop we back up the client QB files for the same reason. Now that things are increasingly moving to QBO we have the same option through Rewind.