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IBackup

21300 Victory Blvd., Suite 690 Woodland Hills, CA 91367
Phone: 1-800-949-3555
IBackup
IBackup delivers superior online storage, access and data sharing solutions with several possible interfaces and options to backup, retrieve and manipulate data. Data on their servers are secured with a high level of encryption and accessible only to account owners.
 
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  • Founded in 1995 | CEO is Raghu Kulkarni
  • Headquartered in Woodland Hills, CA |

Company Overview
Leading online storage and backup provider, IBackup, offers an open, highly customizable, secure solution. They also supply superior online storage, access and data sharing solutions with several possible interfaces and options to backup, retrieve and manipulate data.

IBackup follows stringent data protection strategies. Data on their servers are secured with a high level of encryption and accessible only to account owners. All of IBackup's applications use 128-bit SSL for data transmission, ensuring maximum privacy of user data. Their patent pending backup technologies optimize storage on their offsite location, while ensuring data is consistently mirrored between multiple data centers to achieve additional redundancy at every stage in the backup process.

IBackup Professional
IBackup Professional is an online backup solution featuring higher security and greater retention. It utilizes standard AES 256-bit encryption of data on storage, with up to 30 versions of data retained online. This is an independent application system and requires a separate signup.

IBackup for Windows
IBackup for Windows allows you to backup and restore interactively or schedule regular online backups for Windows Desktops, Laptops and Servers. It provides an easy way to automatically select critical user data such as Microsoft Outlook, Outlook Express, My Documents, Financial Files and other office files with file selection wizards.

Company Highlights: IBackup has won the 'Webuser Gold Award’ given by UK's best-selling internet magazine. It was also the 'favorite backup service' for PCWorld Magazine when they profiled 17 similar services.