How SMBs benefit by moving from cloud-first to cloud-only Only 64 per cent of SMBs currently use a cloud-based software, but 88 per cent want to start to use. According to It proportal the key to helping SMBs shift to the cloud is cloud data protection strategy and solution such as www.CloudAlly.com.
CloudAlly, was founded back in 2011 as one of the first cloud-to-cloud backup services. It expanded their coverage area from just Microsoft 365, Salesforce and G Suite and too many more services over the years. But has it retained the quality over the years? Cloudstorageinfo.org wanted to check within the CloudAlly Review
Based on recent reviews on GetApp and TrustPilot, users have said that CloudAlly is a life-saver and comes in handy when it comes to fear of losing important files or accidentally deleting files in cloud storage. goodcloudstorage.net decided to find out ourselves if the claim is true. CloudAlly Upon testing it and reading reviews, CloudAlly exceeds at providing […]
Cloudwards review: CloudAlly has taken a leaf out of CloudBerry Backup’s book and offers a backup service where you provide the storage. However, it’s more expensive than its inspiration, and has some interface issues. Read our full CloudAlly review for the details.
Appclonescript.com gathered for you some of the best email backup services that will safeguard your email in case of outages. CloudAlly was ranked in the top 6 best cloud backup services. CloudAlly is an exceptional cloud backup solution that covers a wide range of products including G Suite, Office365, Box.com, Dropbox, Salesforce, and Amazon AWS. It allows […]
CloudAlly was cited in the new market study on the business continuity management planning solution market as one of the industry’s key players. To read more: HeraldSpace.
Codeasite examined the advantages and disadvantages of four of our favorite cloud backup tools. CloudAlly selected as one of the top 4.
Q&A with Monty Sagal, Channel Enablement and Compliance Director, CloudAlly Redmond Channel Partner: SaaS services such as Office365, G-Suite and Salesforce are not immune from accidental or malicious data loss. It has been reported that 33 percent of all companies using SaaS lose data. As none of the SaaS service providers supply a complete backup […]