Disasters come in many forms, from coffee spills and power outages to hardware crashes and natural disasters. When businesses lose their data, they pay a hefty price. But when they use Carbonite, their business data is always accessible, no matter what the situation.
Choosing the right data protection depends on the data that's being backed up and the hardware it lives on. Carbonite provides small to midsize businesses (SMBs) with flexibility in choosing the "what" and the "where" of backing up, enabling more efficient resource utilization while ensuring access to critical business data.
There's a high cost for every hour businesses can't access their data. Carbonite allows businesses to choose the right recovery method for the situation to recover exactly what they lost, from individual files to entire systems, in the shortest amount of time possible.
Carbonite gives businesses access to their data anywhere there's an Internet connection. From browser-based portals to free mobile apps, there are multiple options for monitoring backups, restoring data to different devices and sharing documents securely with coworkers at any time of day or night.
Businesses consider data security a top priority, whether or not they’re in a regulated industry. Carbonite provides the technical safeguards to support FERPA, GLBA and HIPM compliance. We also provide the same advanced encryption and transport technology for non-regulated industries. In addition, Carbonite is certified compliant with SOC 2 (SAS 70) standards.
When businesses grow, they need backup and recovery solutions that grow with them. Carbonite gives businesses room to expand by not charging additional license fees when they add workstations, servers or databases. And we provide incremental and affordable cloud storage so businesses can add to their plans on their own terms.