BOSTON, Jan. 8, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- With the start of the New Year, Carbonite, Inc. (NASDAQ: CARB), a leading provider of cloud solutions for consumers and small to medium sized businesses, reminds small business owners to review and update their data protection plan.
Save Time and Protect Your Business with Cloud Data Backup In surveys of small business owners, Carbonite found that 81 percent of small business owners feel their data is their most valuable asset.* However, 31 percent of small business owners think that their existing office backup method is a hassle that takes time away from their business.** With Carbonite's easy to use online backup software, small business owners can simplify their backup strategy and better protect their data offsite, while still tending to other needs.
As small business owners often oversee multiple areas of their company, online backup software automatically saves important business files to the cloud as they are created or updated without requiring time away from other tasks.
Get Anytime, Anywhere Access to Your Business Data For small business owners who find themselves traveling to and from meetings or frequently out of the office, the need to access files while on the go becomes more and more valuable. Once files are backed up to the Carbonite cloud, they are also remotely accessible from nearly any internet-connected device, including computers, tablets and smartphones. This remote file access means that presentations and spreadsheets are at your fingertips whether you are sitting at your work desktop or meeting a colleague at a restaurant downtown.
Carbonite Cloud Backup Services for Business: Unlimited Devices, Server Backup and More Starting at just $229 per year, Carbonite offers an affordable, reliable way for small to medium sized businesses to back up their valuable data offsite. Carbonite Business backs up an unlimited number of computers for a predictable, flat fee with 250GB of cloud data storage included. Carbonite Business Premier backs up an unlimited number of computers and Windows servers with 500GB of storage included. As small businesses approach the GBs provided with their selected plans, a dashboard within the Carbonite Business product allows administrators to easily see the current status of all of their devices' backups, purchase additional storage if they are near storage capacity, and add or delete users and devices. As a result of its recent acquisition of Zmanda, Carbonite also offers server and database backup.
Small business owners who have made it their New Year resolution to update their backup strategy— and ensure that all employees are continually backing up their data —can start a free trial of Carbonite by visiting http://www.carbonite.com/business.